Worst Passwords of 2018 Revealed

Yep, some people just do not learn. Here’s the data from a recent report listing the most frequently used insecure passwords from a poll of poor hapless internet users. It’s hard to think that some people would use some of these to protect their accounts and services – we wonder how many of you are […]

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Instagram User Data Download Tool Leaks Passwords

Earlier this year, Instagram started letting users download a copy of their data, including everything they’ve ever uploaded to the platform, such as photos, videos, comments and profile information. Unfortunately, a recent issue with the feature resulted in some users’ passwords being exposed. The “Download Your Data” tool, which Instagram announced in April, allows users […]

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How To Use Two-Factor Authentication In iOS

Two-Factor Authentication is an extra layer of security for your Apple ID designed to make sure only you can access your account, even if someone else has found out your password. Two-Factor Authentication ensures you can only login to your account on devices you trust – i.e. your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. To turn it […]

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Create Stronger iOS Device Passcodes

Apple has long made it awkward for users to create stronger “memorable” numeric passcodes; it has kept a 5 digit length or if you want something more secure & harder to guess you always had to choose a password with letters and numbers. Well now the Apple hipsters have removed that limitation – you can […]

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Basic Instagram Security Tips

New to Instagram ? Here are a few basic tips you can use right now to secure your Instagram account: Pick a strong password. Use a combination of at least six numbers, letters and punctuation marks (like ! and &). It should be different from other passwords you use elsewhere on the internet. Change your […]

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The Chat-Up

Top Scams & Security Tips To Avoid Them: Your eyes meet across a crowded bar… The chat starts, “where’re you from”, you friend on Facebook, drinks flow and you get to know each other better. After connecting on Facebook, the hot guy or girl you are chatting to will start to get to know you […]

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Adidas Security Breach

Sports company Adidas has released a statement informing customers that it is investigating a security incident adidas today announced that it is alerting certain consumers who purchased on adidas.com/US about a potential data security incident. On June 26, adidas became aware that an unauthorized party claims to have acquired limited data associated with certain adidas […]

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Ticketmaster UK Hacked

Ticketmaster issued a warning to its customers this morning that it had suffered a malware attack, exposing 45,000 customers data to hackers. The virus managed to access and copy UK customers data that have accounts on Ticketmaster International, Ticketmaster UK, GETMEIN!, and TicketWeb websites. The virus copied people’s names, addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers, payment […]

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ai.type leaks 31m users personal data

Android Keyboard App Leaks Data of 31 Million Users

Ai.type – the virtual keyboard app for Android has suffered a massive data breach. The company database was discovered unprotected online, exposing the names, phone numbers, locations and Google queries of its 31 million users. This discovery has again raised questions about the unacceptable and ridiculous amount of data that Android apps request and harvest from their […]

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