Not all they’re cracked up to be? Several password vaults contain vulnerabilities, both new and previously disclosed but never patched, a study says
Only 11 percent of all enterprise accounts have multi-factor authentication enabled
Malware and legal requirements force academics and students to join a near-endless line in order to pick up their passwords
These passwords may win the popularity contest but lose flat out in security
The browser’s latest version also aims to up the ante in phishing protection
So, do you think you’ve been ‘pwned’? That’s the question to ask yourself today
The notorious six-digit string continues to 'reign supreme' among the most-hacked passwords
Streaming media feature among services that take the spotlight in a report on credential-stuffing attacks in 2018
Following the revelation that a list containing millions of stolen usernames and passwords had appeared online, we tell you a few different ways to find out if your credentials were stolen in that—or any other—security breach
The new tool aims to help in an age when billions of login credentials are floating around the internet
The vast dossier of login details appears to have been gathered from data stolen in many breaches
Besides the usual suspects among the worst of passwords, a handful of notable – but similarly poor – choices make their debuts
The software giant takes passwords one step closer to obsolescence as it now enables users to log into their Microsoft accounts with more modern forms of authentication
The solution to password recycling may be easier to implement than previously thought, according to a recent paper
A study assessed whether or not the most popular English-language websites help users strengthen their security by providing them with guidance on creating safer passwords during account sign-up or password-change processes
The attack, called "Thermanator", could use your body heat against you in order to steal your credentials or any other short string of text that you have typed on a computer keyboard
A bug within Twitter’s internal systems exposed, in plain text, the passwords of an undisclosed number of users.
World Password Day, celebrated on the first Thursday of every May, is a timely reminder of the fact that our passwords are the key to a wealth of personal information about us.
The lottery's operator has found that attackers probably used an automated method known as 'credential stuffing' to access up to 150 customer accounts.
Young people were singled out as increasingly likely victims of internet-borne fraud, including because of their penchant for liberal sharing of personal information.