How to hack
A menacing hand'€™s shadow on a computer keyboard in front of printed computer data. Dramatic light, high contrast.
Hacker hands
password typist
virtual private network (VPN)
Hacked’s Wiki
Trending Topics
Posts Tagged ‘passwords’
Most Recent
Read More
October 1, 2016

PC Users Will See Fingerprint Authentication Replace Passwords

Industry’s giants – Paypal, Intel, Lenovo and Synaptics – announced that they have joined forces to bring fingerprint authentication to PC consumers.

Read More
August 31, 2016

68 Million Dropbox User Accounts Breached by Hackers

Hackers have stolen over 68 million account details from popular cloud storage platform Dropbox, a report has revealed.

The latest entry to the roster of mega-breaches sees the revelation of a massive compromise of Dropbox user accounts. Altogether, over 68 million user account details were compromised, stemming from a 2012 breach. Late last week, Dropbox announced a mandatory password reset for a number of user accounts, specifically those created during or before mid-2012, when the breach occurred. While Dropbox did not reveal the number of accounts facing mandatory resets, the decision to reset passwords was taken out of precaution, Dropbox wrote recently.

The cloud [...]

Read More
May 1, 2016

A Beginner’s Guide To Password Management

Online Password Management is a booming industry.  Maybe you’re “one of the millions of Americans using the most popular passwords, such as ‘password,’ ‘trustno1,’ ‘abc123,’ ‘monkey’ or ‘letmein.’”

 If so, you’re at risk, as Morgan Slain, CEO of SplashData, a provider of password management applications, warns. He explains, “Hackers can easily break into accounts just by repeatedly trying common passwords.”

1Password By AgileBits (https://agilebits.com/)

With 1Password, passwords are stored on locals devices and backed up to the cloud. The password file itself is password protected and [...]

Read More
January 7, 2016

Hacked: The Passwords of 320,000 Time Warner Cable Customers

Time Warner Cable Inc has admitted that the passwords of some 320,000 customers subscribing to its cable services may have been compromised.

While we’re still days into the new year, it seemed like it took a while for the first major hack of a corporate database containing everyday consumers’ information to be revealed. Now, major cable provider Time Warner Cable has announced that the login credentials (emails and passwords) of up to 320,000 customers may be compromised.

In a report by Reuters, the cause for the theft of customers’ login details was likely through a phishing attack with a payload containing malware. Alternatively, it could also be the most obvious [...]

How to Hack
How Cybercriminals Target Victims: Report Cites Top Information Resources
Knowledge Base
Press Releases
eSentire Partners with Carbon Black to Provide Endpoint Detection Capabilities to the Midmarket
SecurityScorecard Announces Data Science Partnership with Columbia University