Passwords

How to create a backup plan to restore passwords if your system fails

Password-management apps are a great way to ensure that you create unique, strong passwords for every service, app, or site at which you need one, and you don’t have to memorize any of them. However, what happens if you have a catastrophic failure, and can’t access your main computer? What if your backup drives are …

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“Working” Free Premium Nitroflare Accounts & Passwords 2019

In Short Hacks: We all know nothing comes free. So as Nitroflare, Which is an international storage site and file hosting such as Videos, Movies, Forms, Courses etc you can host anything or you can store any amount of data in the Rapidgator but as I said, Nothing comes free and Nitroflare is one of …

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Hostinger Resets Passwords of All Its Clients in Response To Recent Security Breach

Hostinger, one of the fine web hosting platform for average customers, has reported unauthorized access into one of their servers in the midnight of 23rd August 2019. This incident was reported over their blog and immediately sent password reset links to their millions of clients via registered email addresses. Hostinger Data Breach The breach explained: …

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Don’t be an idiot — here’s how to store and remember all your passwords

Welcome to TNW Basics, a collection of tips, guides, and advice on how to easily get the most out of your gadgets, apps, and other stuff. If you, like millions of other people, use the same password for just about every application you use, then I’m sorry to break it to you, but one of …

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Hackers are actively trying to steal passwords from two widely used VPNs

Hackers are actively unleashing attacks that attempt to steal encryption keys, passwords, and other sensitive data from servers that have failed to apply critical fixes for two widely used virtual private network (VPN) products, researchers said. The vulnerabilities can be exploited by sending unpatched servers Web requests that contain a special sequence of characters, researchers …

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