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You’ve Got a Breach: AOL Investigating After Spoofing Incident

If you just couldn’t get enough of changing your passwords after the Heartbleed fiasco and still keep an active AOL account, you’re in luck. The company announced on Monday that it is further investigating a security incident after a “significant” number of user accounts were found to have been compromised, with AOL estimating around 2%

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Loser Credentials: Stop The Insanity!

There’s a famous saying about how the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. Nothing could be truer about the world’s relationship with passwords, and it’s a reality that should hit the security world even harder. After all, as we recently learned, the Target hack affecting at

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Simplifying Password Security Through Sound: Google’s New Tech ‘Toy’

Passwords have taken on a bad name lately. In countless security breaches and incidents, they’ve been too easy to crack, too difficult to remember, not encrypted enough, the right way, or at all. We each login to so many different sites on a daily basis, with each one supposed to have its own unique password

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