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A worldwide password reset has been issued this Saturday due to a breach on Evernote’s security. 50.000.000 passwords have been reset and Evernote’s Operations & Security team sent out a statement explaining to users about the plan they set in motion …
There is something that always puzzles us here at SPAMfighter. For some reason, a large percentage of computer users do not utilize anti-virus or anti-spyware programs – up to 50% of computer users in the U.S. are not protected.
Small businesses are now being routinely targeted by crimeware and hackers, because, unlike their fortune 500 brethren, the SME/SMB sector has little budget and little to no expertise in protecting themselves against hackers and crimeware authors. Read the full article to follow our ten step plan to improving your businesses computer security.
The Washington Post Job website has been hacked, with up to 1.3 million user account details (account IDs and email addresses) harvested. No passwords were revealed, nor any additional personal data. It is likely the thieves will target users of the site in further phishing attempts.