There’s a new web browser on the market and it’s worth a look. Brave is designed to make browsing the web faster and safer. It’s available for Windows, Mac and Linux desktops and both iOS and Android devices. We have a mission to save the web by increasing browsing speed and safety for users, while…… Continue reading Brave Browsing
I’m really happy about the feature in today’s new 4.1 release of Jetpack that streamlines logging in with your WordPress.com account. When this is finished it’ll completely protect you from brute force attacks (and server load), and you can secure one login with two-factor for all your sites rather than maintaining dozens of user/pass combinations… via…… Continue reading Jetpack Secure Sign In
From MakeUseOf . . . The Internet is awash with passphrases, credit card details, and online banking data. We have SSL certificates to thank for our security and privacy. But you’ve probably heard of recent flaws that have dented your trust in the cryptographic protocol. Fortunately, SSL is adapting, being upgraded and replaced to give…… Continue reading How Web Browsing Is Becoming Even More Secure
Two-step authentication offers additional login security when you are accessing online resources. When two-step authentication is available, you will still log into the site with your user name and password, but that will kick off the second step which is usually a text message containing a PIN (personal identification number) sent to your mobile phone.…… Continue reading Improve Your Security With Two-Step Authentication
We all have dozens of online sites that require a password to access. Many of these sites contain personal information that needs to be protected. Do you use the same password to access every site requiring a login? If so, you are a data thief’s dream come true. Every compromised site – IRS, US government…… Continue reading Managing Passwords
If you own a wireless hard drive made by Seagate, you need to download and install the latest update ASAP. There is a vulnerability in several Seagate models that could give unauthorized users complete access to the drive. Engadget has the details.