Very interesting and not something I've seen highlighted anywhere else. Google future-proofs your e-mail, documents from spiesnews.cnet.comRecent changes enable 'forward secrecy' so that encrypted e-mail stored now can't easily be snooped on in the future. Read this blog post by Elinor Mills on InSecurity Complex.
Google starts to roll out extra verification security measures for its accounts, much like those used by many banks.Google Recommends 2-Step Process To Protect Your Account [News]www.makeuseof.comMost savvy Internet users probably have at one at least Google account – mainly because Google, for good or bad, crosses paths with so many other websites that it's [...]
“… devices [...] posing the highest privacy and security risks to [users]“Android models dominate 'Dirty Dozen' list of unsafe smartphonesca.news.yahoo.comAndroid can boast its strength in numbers since topping their Apple competitors in smartphone sales back in March, but a recent study is bound to serve up the OS developers with a little humility.
A great piece by EFF.org describing the benefits and risks of HTTPS (the secure web surfing protocol). It's a bit technical towards the end, but I'm looking forward to the forthcoming parts of the same series.How secure is HTTPS today? How often is it attacked? | Electronic Frontier Foundationwww.eff.orgHTTPS is a lot more secure than [...]
http://news.cnet.com/8301-27080_3-20127315-245/facebook-stops-600000-suspicious-log-ins-a-day/Facebook stops 600,000 suspicious log-ins a daynews.cnet.comFollowing the release of an infographic that created some confusion over the use of the term 'compromised,' Facebook elaborates on its process for blocking suspicious log-ins. Read this blog post by Elinor Mills on InSecurity Complex.