January 2013 Monthly Archives

New York Times: “We’ve Been Hacked”

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Breaking news: The New York Times announced yesterday that it has been the victim of hacking. And not on just one occasion. According to the report, this has been going on for four months. So who is responsible? According to them, China. It seems that in response to articles published in October about the Chinese […]

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Department of Homeland Security Recommends Password Managers

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…This is big. According to an article published by the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team, a subset of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, password managers are not simply useful but are in fact necessary in the internet age (you can download the article here). We’ve all heard it before, but the fact that […]

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New Report Says 90% of User-Generated Passwords Are Hackable

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Are your passwords safe? Bad news. Almost certainly not. According to some troubling new data released Tuesday by Deloitte, password security will be a primary concern for all connected users in 2013. The global consulting firm predicts that over 90%—yes, you read that right, 90%—of passwords generated by users will be vulnerable to hacking this […]

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Three New Year's Resolutions Anyone Can (And Should) Keep

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Happy New Year, Keepees! Welcome to the future. January should be a month of fresh starts and optimism, but sometimes making resolutions can feel like more of a burden than anything else. The pressure to be better can take all the fun out of the New Year. Luckily, there’s one area of your life that […]

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