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Password Manager User guide for Windows

June 13, 2018
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As the IT revolution is getting advanced technology, the corporate setups are also growing in virtual, cloud as well as physical platforms. Every organization has numerous sensitive applications working. At the same time, cyber-attacks are also increasing. They try to enter IT resources by compromising login information, specially passwords. That is why the organizations require […]

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Convincing Arguments on Why You Shouldn’t Reuse an Old Password

March 14, 2018
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You might have noticed that when you try to return to and old password on some service they will tell you, you can’t do that. Have you ever wondered why that is? I mean, for you it would certainly be easier to go to an old password, right? For example, you’ll find it much easier […]

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5 Keys to Memorable Passwords that are Also Secure

January 14, 2018
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Nearly every website you log into, whether it is social media or a banking site, or even the places you most frequently shop online requires a password. Sometimes, those passwords can be simple, but often they are complex and have specific requirements about their length and the kind of characters that must be included. The […]

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Forgot Windows 10 Administrator Password – How to Reset?

October 27, 2017
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Password-protecting your own Windows 10 computer is highly recommended so that no uninvited person can take a peek on the personal and confidential data inside your computer. However, people tend to use more and more secure passwords that are hard to remember. Unless you write them down on a notebook or text file, there’s a […]

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Reset Forgotten Windows 10 / 8 / 7 Password As A Beginner

August 15, 2017
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Cannot login with PIN after updating Windows 10 and forgot password? Have you changed Windows login password but you have no idea what the new password is? Need to regain access to your locked computer or laptop? As a computer beginner, you may take the PC to a repair shop and do a fresh reinstallation […]

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How to bypass Windows Login Password

August 3, 2017
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Using a strong and secure password is always recommended by computer experts so that it can prevent hackers from accessing your PC without your authorization. But using long and tough passwords can be really very challenging sometimes because you may forget them once in a while. Once you forget the password of your own computer […]

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How to Come Up with a Strong Password?

April 11, 2017
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The importance of having a strong password is something that nobody can deny, but what does that really mean? Well, many people are almost superstitious or simply lazy, believing that the date of their birth or the name of their childhood imaginary friend will keep them safe. Others hope that the Internet swindlers and criminals […]

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7 Tips to Boost Your Digital Security

October 31, 2013
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The digital age has revolutionized our lives, but now that our homes are stuffed with internet-connected devices, the risk of compromising your online security is far greater. Just how safe are you—and how can you minimize your vulnerability when shopping online, paying your bills, or even checking your e-mail? Here are seven tips to improve […]

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Top 5 Free Software To Recover Your Lost Password Of Your Zip Files

February 20, 2013
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Zipping is a very common thing in computer practice as it allows user to compress the larger files to make it more memory efficient. Every email system has some restrictions when it comes to sending large size files. So, it becomes necessary there to compress the size of the files to make it eligible to […]

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Information Security in the Era of Google Wallet

November 26, 2012
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Make sure your phone is secure, not a liability! About a decade ago, Microsoft let everyone know that the future of payment was using their phones and devices enabled with Bluetooth. While that never really happened, Google’s push for mobile payment seems to be much timelier and actually gaining traction. With popular phones using Google’s […]

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The Affordable DIY on Identify Theft

August 25, 2012
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Identity theft is a natural outgrowth of the technological advancements society has made. Just as sure as people are able to manage their finances and make their purchases in ways completely unthinkable in the 1960s and 1970s, so too have the ways in which criminals have sought to steal from the public. Now, there are […]

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Startling LinkedIn Security Issues: How to Protect Your Business

August 23, 2012
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Mega professional social networking website LinkedIn is losing face due to a mass security breach that left 6.5 million user passwords splashed all over the Internet. After a Russian forum user claimed that he hacked LinkedIn and leaked passwords online, Twitter users confirmed that they discovered their encoded LinkedIn passwords online. This breach in security […]

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iPhone Password Recovery

June 26, 2012
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As technology continues to advance we find ourselves creating new passwords for everything from ATM machines and email accounts to security alarms and Wi-Fi networks. It’s no wonder that on occasion we find ourselves drawing a blank when it comes to remembering what our latest pass code is. The fact is that even if we […]

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4 Computer Security Threats that May Challenge Your Business

November 7, 2011
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Money might not be the major problem you business is facing right now. You probably are wondering why you keep on spending so much without even having attractive gains in your business? There are several factors that will challenge your business, but I don’t think there is anyone of them that is going to be […]

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Top 50 passwords you shouldn’t use – and learn how to create a strong password!

December 23, 2010
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As you probably already know, Gawker media was compromised not long ago and  passwords belonging to their users went out on the Internet. Gawker media is behind several sites with Gizmodo probably being the most popular one, at least in the tech-world, I imagine. Based on the 188.279 passwords leaked, Graham Cluley from Sophos made […]

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New iPhone Worm Is “Never gonna give you up, never gonna let you down…”

November 12, 2009
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Jailbroken iPhone owners, you better listen up or you might be seeing Rick Astley as a wallpaper on your iPhone! There’s a new worm spotted in Australia. It “exploits” the fact that most users with a jailbroken iPhone, doesn’t change the default SSH password if you have OpenSSH installed. If the iPhone is infected, it […]

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A Child Can Crack Your Password – Change It Now!

October 8, 2009
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If you can count to 10, you can crack most passwords. That seems to be the case by looking at most of the thousands of leaked Windows Live ID passwords last week – they very often are just simple number combinations such as “123456”, birth dates or names. Passwords that can easily be found out […]

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