Since the beginning of Internet, notorious hackers keep showing up with different activities. Quite recently, a group of Britain-based hackers known as the Turkish Crime Family have made the headlines, as the group claims that they’ve managed to get their hands on 250 million iCloud accounts.
A massive memory leak from web services and security company Cloudflare may have exposed user data for thousands of sites. In other words: it’s time to change your passwords.
Hackers swiped personal information associated with at least a half billion Yahoo accounts, the internet giant said Thursday, marking the biggest data breach in history.
Dropbox hurriedly warned its users last week to change their passwords if their accounts dated back prior to mid-2012. We now know why: the cloud-based storage service suffered a data breach that’s said to have affected more than 68 million accounts compromised during a hack that took place roughly four years ago.
As you navigate through Chrome, or Safari, or Firefox, or whatever your browser of choice is, you’re often given an enticing option: Would you like us to save your password? A recent browser beach is a reminder that if you answer yes, you’re taking a risk.