You’ve heard it before—you should use a password manager. A password manager helps you create strong, complex passwords, which are much safer than reusing the same weak passwords across all websites. But did you know that a password manager makes using the internet easier in a lot of other ways, too?…….
Greg Bordenkircher, the first assistant at the United States Attorney’s office, has revealed that the US state of Alabama “issued nine orders shutting down businesses that [were] advertising” potentially fraudulent investment schemes, services, and products. Bordenkircher added that Alabama has so far “got about 20 percent of all the active cease-and-desists” out of all 50 US states. Moreover, there are “another 20, 22” potential crypto-related scams that Alabama’s regulators are currently investigating, Bordenkircher told Coindesk……..
On a June day last year, a skinny, dreadlocked 29-year-old rapper known as Tony Da Boss lay in bed in a redbrick apartment on a tree-lined street in Charlotte, North Carolina. It was not the kind of place you’d associate with a million-dollar criminal conspiracy. But Da Boss (real name Damonte Withers) was a leader of the FreeBandz Gang, an amateur hip-hop crew of twentysomethings who were into much more nefarious activities than laying down tracks. There were warning signs that things were going to get real…..
When you’re locking down your data, how secure is the password you chose? If it’s anything like the magic words above, have we got news for you. Your password tricks are not working. Worse, you might be letting security slip and opening yourself up for a student to sneak information to unlock valuable, FERPA-protected data. Are your passwords secure? Learn three ways students may be able to gain access to your passwords…….
WP Site Guardian is a full featured WAF (Web Application Firewall) which protects your site against the most common types of hacking attacks – exploits. Exploits are bugs or weaknesses in programming that exists across 10,000+ plugins and themes and new ones are discovered and published daily. They make up 92% of all attacks on WordPress sites so should be the #1 priority for any security solution. A hacker can compromise a site in using an exploit in seconds no matter what security product you are running – yes you can get hacked even behind Cloudflare, the best host and the best security services/plugins no matter how much money you pay…….