Facebook Privacy Settings are changing again! Yup, everyone’s favorite the biggest social network is at it again… adding some privacy features and taking some away (and there’s nothing you can do about it).
Despite many high profile breaches Internet users are still using most of the same weak password reported to be in use last year. Using files containing millions of stolen passwords that were posted online by hackers, SplashData compiled 2012’s ’25 Worst Passwords of the Year’. Most of the regular entries were represented but ‘Jesus’, ‘ninja’, and ‘welcome’ moved into the top 25.
Lookout Mobile Security for Android has revamped with a new Android 4.0 optimized interface, a rogue dialer guard, and “Signal Flare” for tracking phones with low power. [Read more…]
Google Authenticator was updated today with the ability to turn on two-step authentication without having to scan a QR code or re-enter your password on the device. You have no more excuses for not using 2-step verification. [Read more…]
IEEE confirms data breach and notifies members of the breach and informs them to change their passwords. Nearly 100,000 usernames and passwords kept in plaintext were publicly available on an IEEE FTP server. [Read more…]