Kim Dotcom is waving around some cash infront of hackers who might have enough skill to break his new site’s encryption, how long do you think it will last?
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Have you changed your Twitter account recently? You might want to on news that over 50,000 Twitter accounts have recently been compromised.
DreamHost is a popular web hosting provider and domain name registrar. Its hosting network of shared and dedicated systems is generally well-regarded. Today, though, users online loudly complained they were last to know — and that the company had hours to better prepare them for a forced password change. DreamHost is advising all customers to […]
Google recently announced a new feature called 2-step verification, and today it is finally ready to try out. This new update to Google account security will prevent someone who has stolen your password from logging in. If you are one of those people who uses the same password for every website out their, including your […]
In case you haven’t been acquainted yet, let me introduce you to your wp-config.php file. If you run a self-hosted WordPress.org blog, your wp-config.php contains your MySQL database username, your MySQL database password, your WordPress authentication keys and other sensitive information. With this information, a hacker or script kiddie gets access to every piece of […]
Today, Lifehacker and Gawker confirmed the rumors that have been circulating since Saturday afternoon: a hacker group known as Gnosis has breached Gawker’s servers, harvesting over 200,000 usernames, emails and passwords along with, according to the torrent file posted on PirateBay “an additional million or so easily decryptable” usernames and passwords. Lifehacker and the rest […]