Pingrid is a password system that aims to increase your online security by changing your password every time by having you enter a pattern on a grid. 3
A new gadget soon to be hitting the consumer market means you won't even need to remember a single password. All you have to do is scan your eye.
Internet security firm SplashData has released its list of the worst passwords of 2013. King of terrible passwords, "password", has finally been unseated from its throne. 3
In the first documented attack of its kind, the Internet of Things has been used as part of an attack that sent out over 750,000 spam emails. 1
Adware vendors are purchasing Chrome extensions from their creators and using the software to push adware and malware to users. 1
Phil Zimmerman, creator of PGP, will reveal the Android-based Blackphone at Mobile World Congress in February.
Intel is changing the name of its McAfee anti-virus software to remove the association to security software enfant terrible John McAfee.
Seamus takes a look back at some of the big news moments of 2013, from the bubble of Bitcoin to the rubble of the NBN.
Google has announced what it is calling Project Shield, a new initiative to help small websites ward off DDoS attacks by routing traffic through its own system. 2
A new ransomware doing the rounds is one of the most vicious seen, directly targeting specific files and destroying them if you don't pay up. 3
iCloud Keychain has shifted to "coming soon" in iOS 7 at launch. The feature could make Apple's fingerprint technology turn all passwords into a simple tap of the finger.
Current users shouldn't actually notice a difference in performance or usage, as this is all set up to take place behind the scenes.
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