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2018 DATA BREACH INVESTIGATIONS REPORT

By Verizon Enterprise
In reality, nearly 81% of data breaches are facilitated by weak, reused or stolen passwords. When we talk about data secure, the key point should be how to make a strong password and how to keep it safe. This report uncover some new investigation 2018. If you once doubted the importance of password, the key role of data secure. The report may be deserved to have a look. If you leave a password on a sticky note, it gives attackers the chance to take keys and it’s an entirely avoidable risk with devastating cost.
By Verizon Enterprise  View Source  
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Did You Update Twitter Password That May Be Leaked
Twitter masks passwords through a process called hashing using a function known as bcrypt, which replaces the actual password with a random set of numbers and letters that are stored in Twitter’s system. Due to a bug, passwords were written to an internal log before completing the hashing process. Twitter itself found this error, removed the passwords & are implementing plans to prevent this bug from happening again. In the meantime, Twitter is asking 300+ Million users to change their passwords. Did you do it?
By Chaim Gartenberg  View Source  
Malware Brick Wi-Fi Routers To Hit 500K Devices
The FBI recommends that everyone with a small office and home office router or NAS device reboot them immediately.Wi-Fi Routers are new object of hackers, but the victim isn't limited to router. More than 5ook devices are infected by a router-bricking malware. Reboot devices will temporarily eliminate the second stage malware and lead the first stage malware to call out for instructions. Labs of FBI and the Justice Department disclose more details regrading to the malware...
By Michael Kan  View Source  
Lastpass - The Best Way to Manage Online Passwords
As a leading password manager, its first priority is safeguarding your data. It relies on strong encryption algorithms, AES-256 bit encryption with PBKDF2 SHA-256, to ensure complete security in the cloud. You create an account with an email address and a strong master password to locally-generate a unique encryption key. Your data is encrypted and decrypted at the device level. In other words your master password and the keys are never sent to LastPass’ servers. It also offers Two-factor authentication ...
By Anne Yang  View Source  
Step by Step for TWO-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION
Traditional, but not so secure way to login to your bank accounts: enter your username and familiar password for most of your online accounts. Not so fast! If you're one of the folks, who use five or fewer passwords online, you are in hacker's dish because they easily take down multiple accounts just by cracking one password. There's a new and handy way to better protect you data with multi-factor authentication (MFA). You can view step-by-step instructions for enabling it for all your accounts...
By Kim Trump  View Source