• Aug 28, 2019
  • Glyn Moody
  • News, Privacy, Security,

A major security breach raises a key question: what happens when your biometric data is exfiltrated from a system?

It’s no secret that password security is often terrible. Good passwords – ones that are long and include a mix of lower case, upper case, numbers, and special characters – are hard to remember unless you use a password manager, which few seem to do. As a result, people tend to choose easy-to-guess passwords like … Continue reading “A major security breach raises a key question: what happens when your biometric data is exfiltrated from a system?”

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How to Delete Your Saved Passwords on Every Browser

Most browsers will save your passwords to make things easier for you. Checking your Facebook feed? No need to enter the credentials every time you log in. Your username and password will automatically be saved in your browser settings. This is very convenient, but if someone gains access to your computer, they can get all … Continue reading “How to Delete Your Saved Passwords on Every Browser”

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  • Nov 26, 2018
  • Summer Hirst
  • General Privacy and Security, Online Activity, Tutorials,

How to protect against keyloggers

Keyloggers – those pesky pieces of malware that track whatever you do on your device. They log all keystrokes you make and can record everything – from the websites you visit to your banking credentials. Keyloggers can be software or hardware based. However, hardware keyloggers are more difficult to install because a hacker will need … Continue reading “How to protect against keyloggers”

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