You can now secure your account with a physical security key as your sole 2FA method, without any additional 2FA option. If you’re on Twitter, you can now use a hardware security key as your sole two-factor authentication (2FA) method. While previously the microblogging service allowed users to use a security key as one of several authentication … More Twitter now lets users set security keys as the only 2FA method
Is the message real or fake? Take our Phishing Derby quiz to find out how much you know about phishing. Phishing comes in a number of forms and remains one of the most pervasive online scams, as both consumers and businesses face an incessant stream of unsolicited emails, texts and even phone calls where bad actors impersonate a trusted … More Would you take the bait? Take our phishing quiz to find out!
A password manager can make your digital life both simpler and more secure. Are there any downsides to relying on software to create and store your passwords? Recently we commemorated World Password Day with an article that dealt with five common mistakes to avoid when it comes to passwords. And although password protection can be considered a … More What is a password manager and why is it useful?
With an average of 200 online accounts to create passwords for, using a password manager is a modern necessity. Research from Dashlane in 2015 estimated that the average internet user in the UK had 118 accounts registered to a single email address. That number is thought to be growing by 14% per year, so in … More Why you need a password manager
The new tool aims to help in an age when billions of login credentials are floating around the internet. Google has released a new extension for Chrome that will alert you if one of your username/password combinations is known to be already out ‘in the wild’, according to the company’s blog post. Whenever you enter your … More Google rolls out Chrome extension to warn you about compromised logins