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How To Manage Your Passwords With KeePassX

Last week I suggested a do-it-yourself approach to generating pass phrases. Using an available list of 80,489 4-to-6-character strings of words and word fragments, and randomly selecting five such strings, plus 5 digits, plus one of the 30 or so punctuation marks, that scheme could generate this many possible pass phrase strings: 804895 × 105 […]



Beware the (Online) Game

Playing online games does not really sound like much of a security risk. Whether it is a first-person shooter game, a game where one hunts mythical creatures, an MMORPG, or some sort of simulation, the security concerns often appear minimal. There are two major problems with that idea. The first big issue is that gamers […]



What is Credential Stuffing and Why Should I Care?

You should know by now that using common passwords is a bad idea. And you may have heard of recent password breaches and that you should change passwords on breached sites. But there is an additional threat: credential stuffing. Whenever there is a breach where usernames or email addresses are disclosed and can be matched […]



Cyber Security New Year’s Resolutions for 2019

Have you kept all your New Year’s resolutions so far? Or are you struggling with one or more of them? I gave up New Years resolutions years ago because I was no good at keeping them. But, I do put some tasks on my calendar for the new year. If you want, you can call […]



Big Changes For Yahoo-Hosted Email

Frontier has been sending messages to its customers saying that the company has noticed their use of “a lower security sign-in that is sometimes used in third-party mail applications such as Outlook, IncrediMail, MacMail, Mozilla Thunderbird and others.” The message is somewhat vague and misleading. It gives the impression that these “third-party” tools don’t encrypt […]


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