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Kill the Password: A String of Characters Won’t Protect You

Kill the Password: Why a String of Characters Can’t Protect Us Anymore written by this guy from Wired Magazine: “This summer, hackers destroyed my entire digital life in the span of an hour,” says Wired senior writer Mat Honan.

New password hacker is great news for the security industry but not so much for you personally. HashCat was just released last weekend, the result of 6 months and over 600K lines of update code and is free to everyone. Black hat hackers are overjoyed, because this new version of this dominant password cracker can now bust passwords of up to 55 characters in a few seconds. White hat hackers like security auditors are equally giddy, because they can now stress test company passwords for…

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El exempleado de la NSA, Edward Snowden, explica cuáles son las contraseñas más seguras para proteger las computadoras de ataques de 'hackers' y enseña a pensar de un modo distinto para crearlas.

Four Methods to Create a Secure Password You'll Actually Remember

How do you balance the necessity of highly secure passwords with the utility of easily recalling them all? The only secure password is one that you can't remember, but there are times when you can't use a password manager and need to rely on your memory.

For sound IT security we recommend changing your passwords frequently and ensuring they're a complex mix of numbers and special, upper & lower case characters.

How to improve your password security with LastPass Read more Technology News Here --> http://digitaltechnologynews.com Lock down your passwords Security experts often offer words of wisdom such as: "Use a different password for every site" or "Make sure you don't use any dictionary words". But then they'll say contradictory things like: "a string of dictionary words is more secure than a random jumble of characters". Those security experts don't want us to have an easy life that much is…

Does Anyone Really Care About What You Tweet?

Does Anyone Really Care About What You Tweet? BY ANGELA MOSCARITOLO AUGUST 28, 2014 Twitter this week opened up its analytics tool to everyone after testing it with a small group of users since June.

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