News of data breaches and online hacks makes us care less about security, not more.
Yahoo tells its hacked users more than they ever imagined about passwords.
What does the future hold for passwords after another breach?
An anonymous researcher has found that all sorts of devices connected to the Internet are protected only by the easy-to-guess default passwords that the equipment came with when new.
Following the theft of 6.5 million passwords from LinkedIn along with hacks at the dating site eHarmony and the music site Last.FM, we get advice from an industry insider on how to protect yourself -- tell a lie.