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By Barbara Ortutay, Frank Bajak, Associated Press
The average Internet user has 19 different passwords for various accounts and websites. "Qwerty” and “123456 remain the most popular. To commemorate World Password Day, learn why these bad habits persist and how to choose more secure codes.
By Megan Squire, The Conversation
The New York Times and a Midwest security firm are reporting a massive breach of online privacy that includes the collection of more than a billion username and password combinations and more than 500 million email addresses. Gwen Ifill talks…
By PBS NewsHour
New York Times Computer System Victim of Lengthy Chinese Hacking Attack…
A Perilous Cyber World: Guarding Personal Information from Hackers and Thieves…
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