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When Two-Factor Authentication Goes Wrong

How frequently do you use Reddit to check the strangest and most brilliant news on the web? Reddit has reported a data breach on user and employee passwords, exposing the weaknesses of two-factor authentication (2FA) based on text messages. Reddit accepted its systems were breached, despite using the fail-safe two-factor authentication, with a spokesperson saying: “We learned that SMS-based …

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Fix Your PC Leaks

Five million files go missing every single day. We might think we know everything about internet security, but these breaches could have been avoided by following three simple steps. Passwords are power One of the biggest culprits at the moment is weakened credentials. That means passwords, passkeys and passphrases are stolen through phishing scams, key logging …

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Why TLS 1.3 Makes Your Data More Secure

TLS stands for Transport Layer Security. It’s what makes communication across computer networks and the internet safe and secure, through encryption. TLS is the modern version of SSL, both of which are known as cryptographic protocols and help protect the transfer of data across the web. The first TLS version, TLS 1.0, was released all the …

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Keeping your mobile phone secure

Your smartphone is a potential goldmine for thieves and hackers. Fortunately, there are some quick and easy steps you can take to protect your personal information. Think about all the data that’s stored on your smartphone: text messages, email exchanges, browsing history, photos and videos – none of which you’d want falling into the wrong …

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