Tag: Password Security

Top 5 Reasons: Why I don’t use Adobe Reader

Years ago Adobe Reader was the de facto application for viewing PDF files. And PDF files are considered the Internet standard for which to store and present reports, and presentation, or even just to send information to someone that you don’t want it easily changed or modified. The distribution of Adobe reader was in pretty …

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Gawker Teaches Another Lesson on Password Security [the vulnerabilities]

Gawker seems to be just another example of misplaced trust of an Internet service. Gawker has several of the Internets most popular websites; sites like Lifehacker, Gizmodo, Gawker, Jezebel, io9, Jalopnik, Kotaku, Deadspin, and Fleshbo. The server security has been compromised and hundreds of thousands of users accounts were stolen. If you visit their site …

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