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Is Facebook's New PGP Encryption Secure?
Jun 30, 2015 - Earlier this month, Facebook announced that it's adding the ability to add a PGP encryption key for its users. On its blog, Facebook said it's "very important to us that the people who use Facebook feel safe and can trust that their connection to Facebook is secure." The social media company prov...
How Do You Pay for Your Purchases?
Jun 29, 2015 - When it comes to making purchases, we all have that go-to payment option. Whether it's a debit card, credit card, cash or check, it's the way we prefer to pay for in-person or online purchases. But why do we always reach for that one option? Is it the safest way to pay, or just something [...]
Samsung Keyboard Flaw: What You Need to Know
Jun 23, 2015 - Samsung mobile device users should be aware that a vulnerability has been discovered which could allow hackers to take full control of your phone or tablet. Discovered in November 2014 by mobile security firm NowSecure, the security flaw is with the updating mechanism for the built-in keyboard ap...
Will We Be Using Emojis in Passwords Soon?
Jun 22, 2015 - What if you could use a broken heart, a smiley face, a soccer ball and an ocean wave as a PIN for your online bank account instead of four digits? UK company Intelligent Environments has developed new technology to allow people to use emojis instead of numbers to create a PIN it says will be [...]
LastPass Breach: Are Password Managers Really Secure?
Jun 19, 2015 - Password managers are growing more and more popular as people struggle to juggle the large amount of username/password combinations required for life in a digital world. Many of these programs are cloud-based, meaning your information is stored on the cloud in an encrypted "vault" and secured wit...
What Is Identity Theft Anyway?
Identity theft occurs when someone uses your personal information, such as your Social Security number, name or credit card number, without your permission, to commit fraud or other crimes. A thief could take out a mortgage in your name or commit a crime and pretend to be you when caught. Thieves can even use your personal information to apply for a job or use your medical insurance!
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