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Seven simple steps on how to create a strong and secured password for your personal or email accounts.
Most Internet users often use passwords that are too basic, such as their surname, birth date, or child’s name. What they don’t know is through that way, they are letting cyber hackers attack their personal accounts easily. Without using any special tools, a hacker may try out all potential passwords, which could be their basic information.
In order for you to create a notable yet secured password, you must follow the steps posted after the jump.Read the rest of the article »
Oh no! Twitter is making it more difficult for third-party apps to make password authentication?
Twitter announced that third-party apps will have more difficulty accessing your account, as the micro-blogging site shifts to oAuth password authentication. Daring Fireball’s John Gruber elaborated that all third-party apps are required to use the oAuth for user authentication. This requires the user to exit the application and go to a new browser window for authorization on Twitter.
However, John Gruber cleared out that third-party apps owned by Twitter will need not to go through the hassle of oAuth web authorization.View Article Source »
It's the end of the world for PSN users! Another hack exploit another down result.
Another round battle for Sony team to fix several problem issue. PSN is currently down due to another hack incident, PSN password reset page could be violated using info stolen in original hack. The exploit allows people to change users’ password via the “PSN password reset page” using only a PSN account email and date of birth – both of which were obtained by hackers in the original breach. As a result, PSN sign-in is now unavailable on a number of Sony’s sites. The site that password reset emails direct users to has also been taken down. “Unfortunately this also means that those who are still trying to change their password via Playstation.com or Qriocity.com will be unable to do so for the time being,” a Sony statement confirmed. You can go to this link to have news and update for this incident.View Article Source »
With credit card stacking to the hundreds and even the thousands, Apple announces that it will now remove the 15-minute password window for in-app purchases giving kids something to cry and parents to be happy about.
Extinguishing the fire before it fans into flames, Apple has announced that it will be removing the 15-minute password window for In-App purchases for the iOS 4.3. It was not long ago when a particular parent raged about her credit card bill thanks to unconsented in-app downloads by her children for games. Apparently it was the last straw for Apple as they developed a system where a re-entry of password is required everytime an in-app download transaction is going to happen.Read the rest of the article »
Canon's new 7D SV lets you put barcode for scanning, password and parental control on your photos.
Canon has released a new version of EOS 7D which may cost $129. This version lets you control how your camera take shots. The $1,829 EOS 7D Studio Version adds password controls to lock up your device, plus an option to put a barcode and data transfer kit for organization and puts large photos to databases using the version of Canon’s WFT-E5A wireless transmitter, just add $770 and you got it.
We know you’ll be wanting this version. In due time the price will go down, all we need to do is wait until that time comes.
You can view the official press release, just click on the link:View Article Source »
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