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Personal information from customers compromised by insider breach breach at AT&T

Customer information compromised in AT&T insider breach

AT&T is offering an apology and a free year's worth of credit monitoring services to customers who may have been affected by a security breach. Unlike recent breaches at retailers like Target and Home Depot, AT&T's was done by an insider who had illegally accessed personal information...
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Hundreds of Dropbox accounts compromised via third party service; change your password now

Earlier today, a thread surfaced on Reddit offering up 400 Dropbox usernames and passwords in plain text, with a note that over seven million accounts have been compromised in total. Dropbox has since announced on its blog that it wasn't hacked, and that the leaked passwords were stolen from a...
You have lots of ways to secure your phone. Use some of them!

10 best ways to secure your smartphone

Lock your smartphone We've said a million times, and we'll say it till we're blue in the face. Lock your smartphone. Lock your smartphone! We were also slightly dismayed (though not exactly surprised) to hear in our recent poll that a good third of our readers do not lock their phones. And we...

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Google makes it easier for you to see all the devices connected to your account

Google makes it easier for you to see all the devices connected to your account

After adding functionality to its search client yesterday, Google is rolling out a new security-oriented feature that lets you see all the devices connected to your account. The Devices and Activities tab, which is accessible via your account's security settings, gives an overview of all the...
Pretty blue key to a pretty sweet account

How to add a U2F Security Key to your Google Account

Your Google Account is important. "One login, all of Google" also means one login will not only get you into all of your services and data, it potentially could let someone else in, too. And that's why, as we've told you over and over again, you need to use two-step authentication. That way,...
Google highlights new security features in Android 5.0 Lollipop

Google highlights new security features in Android 5.0 Lollipop

Google has highlighted some of the new security features in Android 5.0 Lollipop. New features given the spotlight by Google include Smart Lock, device encryption, and SELinux. Smart Lock is all about making your phone more secure while still making it quick and easy to open. You can tell your...
T-Mobile quietly upgrades 2G network security

T-Mobile quietly upgrades 2G network security

T-Mobile US is quietly upgrading the security of their older 2G network, moving to more advanced encryption that prevents eavedropping. The new, more secure network has already been deployed in at least three locations, New York, Washington, and Boulder, Colorado. The T-Mobile 2G network has...
Dropbox

Hundreds of Dropbox accounts compromised via third party service; change your password now

Earlier today, a thread surfaced on Reddit offering up 400 Dropbox usernames and passwords in plain text, with a note that over seven million accounts have been compromised in total. Dropbox has since announced on its blog that it wasn't hacked, and that the leaked passwords were stolen from a...
Personal information from customers compromised by insider breach breach at AT&T

Customer information compromised in AT&T insider breach

AT&T is offering an apology and a free year's worth of credit monitoring services to customers who may have been affected by a security breach. Unlike recent breaches at retailers like Target and Home Depot, AT&T's was done by an insider who had illegally accessed personal information...
BitTorrent Bleep

BitTorrent Bleep is a P2P messenger that provides end-to-end encryption

BitTorrent is looking to make communications more secure with the launch of a new P2P service called Bleep. The service launched earlier this year in pre-alpha form for Windows users, and now BitTorrent is expanding the alpha program to Android users. Using Bleep, you can make calls and send...
Google responds to Gmail password leak

Google responds to Gmail password leak

After it was reported that a list containing as many as 5 million usernames and passwords from Google's Gmail users was leaked online, Google is responding by saying that its servers would have blocked suspicious log-in attempts. Noting that only 2 percent of the password and username combos...
Millions of Gmail credentials leaked

Leak of millions of Gmail usernames and passwords underscores the need for better security

A list of nearly five million Gmail usernames and passwords have reportedly been published on a Russian online forum, but many of those accounts on the list have already been suspended or have old passwords. Still, millions of account credentials are out there, potentially posing a significant...
You have lots of ways to secure your phone. Use some of them!

10 best ways to secure your smartphone

Lock your smartphone We've said a million times, and we'll say it till we're blue in the face. Lock your smartphone. Lock your smartphone! We were also slightly dismayed (though not exactly surprised) to hear in our recent poll that a good third of our readers do not lock their phones. And we...

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