Despite the prevalence of security questions, their safety and effectiveness have rarely been studied in depth. As part of our constant efforts to improve account security, Google analyzed hundreds of millions of secret questions and answers that had been used for millions of account recovery claims at Google. The researchers then worked to measure the likelihood that hackers could guess the answers.
Eric Ravenscraft: In case it wasn’t obvious, bundled crapware makes money for developers. If you’re a developer and you can’t get users to pay for your software, this can be an attractive option. Third-party companies will approach apps like uTorrent asking that they include an offer for their junk software during install.
That's according to the latest projections from Cisco, which publishes an annual study peering into the near future of the web. The newest report predicts that by 2019, the internet will have become more or less a big video pipe.
Overdue modernisation of the way the authorities monitor criminals and terrorists - or a Snooper's Charter eroding our basic liberties? The proposal outlined in the Queen's Speech to 'modernise the law on communications data' will divide opinion.
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