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Security Through Obscurity: Hash visualizing of typed passwords

Security Through Obscurity: Hash visualizing of typed passwords | ict | Scoop.it

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Is this your password? Change it. 3 keys to a more secure password

Is this your password? Change it. 3 keys to a more secure password | ict | Scoop.it
Easy-to-remember number sequences are way too easy to guess. Here are three keys to creating a more secure password.

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Peter Azzopardi's curator insight, March 21, 2013 11:28 AM

Truly shocking to see how naive users can be when dealing with passwords.

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Snapchat user accounts vulnerable to Brute-Force Attack

Snapchat user accounts vulnerable to Brute-Force Attack | ict | Scoop.it
Yet another Snapchat vulnerability, User accounts vulnerable to Brute-Force Attack ([Video Demo] #Snapchat also vulnerable to password bruteforce attack http://t.co/8ro3Iyk2nv #Security
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Why you should never use the same password twice - AVG Blogs

Why you should never use the same password twice - AVG Blogs | ict | Scoop.it
I know it is tempting to use the same user account details for all of your online accounts, but don't. It may be convenient, but if your username is always the same, you're opening the door to potential identity theft.
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