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This season, a new attack scheme is proving very popular with cybercriminals: scamming Booking.com clients through the service’s internal messaging system. To do this, they use compromised hotel accounts on admin.booking.com. Over the past few months, various companies have released studies on incidents of this nature. Here’s a detailed breakdown of how this attack works, […]

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A significant number of popular websites still allow users to choose weak or even single-character passwords, researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology have found. Websites’ lax creation policies for passwords The researchers used an automated account creation method to assess over 20,000 websites across the Tranco top 1M and evaluate the password creation policies users […]

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Businesses are actively moving to eradicate passwords from employees’ lives, with 89% of IT leaders expecting passwords to represent less than a quarter of their organization’s logins within five years or less, according to a FIDO Alliance and LastPass report. Moving to passwordless technology Businesses are ready to embrace a passwordless future, with 92% having […]

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