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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.
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Why passwords have never been weaker—and crackers have never been stronger
In late 2010, Sean Brooks received three e-mails over a span of 30 hours warning that his accounts on LinkedIn, Battle.net, and other popular websites were at risk. He was tempted to dismiss them as hoaxes—until he noticed they included specifics that weren't typical of mass-produced phishing scams. The e-mails said that his login credentials for various Gawker websites had been exposed by hacker
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Say Goodbye to User Name and Password Logins and Hello to \'OneID\'
OneID has created single-click login so users don’t have to enter a user name, password, credit card number or billing information. OneID also has no centralized data storage, making it extremely difficult for hackers to access confidential information.



Steve Kirsch wants to swap his 352 user names and passwords for a simple single click sign-in.



The Silicon Valley entrepreneur with 30 yea


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