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.
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AIM, everyone’s once favorite chat program appears to be on the chopping block. AOL employee said the group was “eviscerated and now only consists of support staff.” [Read more…]
Facebook Timeline Privacy can be a nightmare by exposing previously private information and making it public. Facebook’s new Timeline has the potential to expose status updates and wall posts from years ago. Below will be information on how to update your account to have better control of Facebook Timeline privacy. I’ve covered other ways to completely remove your data, giving you the ultimate Facebook Timeline privacy, but below we’ll cover the ways you can take some control over the existing content while increasing your Facebook Timeline privacy. [Read more…]
It’s remarkably easy to download tweets from Twitter. You of course always have access to your Twitter updates via your own profile page, but once you’ve posted a few dozen it can be a hassle to scroll forever to review or capture them. Thankfully, you can do it very easily without an external application/website, or use of the Twitter API. All that’s required is a specially formatted URL string. [Read more…]