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I recently wrote about using passwords correctly, and a reader replied: “I’ve been getting told this for years, but who’s ever going to attack my 12-employee business?” This isn’t the first time I’ve heard remarks like that. The answer is: “Who won’t attack you!?” Hackers don’t care whether your annual revenue is in five figures […]

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Apple has an awkward history with security researchers: it wants to tout that its security is excellent, which means trying to silence those who aim to prove otherwise. But those attempts to fight security researchers who sell their information to anyone other than Apple undercuts the company’s security message. A recent piece in The Washington […]

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Pop quiz: What has been the most popular — and therefore least secure — password every year since 2013? If you answered “password,” you’d be close. “Qwerty” is another contender for the dubious distinction, but the champion is the most basic, obvious password imaginable: “123456.” Yes, tons of people still use “123456” as a password, […]

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