WordPress is used absolutely everywhere; there are over *76 million* WordPress sites across the Internet. This popularity makes WordPress a large target for attack, so knowing how to secure WordPress is extremely important.
A password book is literally a handwritten book of usernames and passwords. Are they secure, or are password books a bad idea?
You may have heard of Let’s Encrypt, the free certificate authority who are hell-bent on getting HTTPS *everywhere*. But why is that little green padlock in your browser so important? Let’s take a look…
Everyone has heard of LastPass, right? But you may not have heard of the open source alternative to LastPass, BitWarden.
You have mastered the art of obfuscating your password so it can never be cracked, right? Wrong! Let’s have a chat about why your password is probably crap.
Are password managers really worth it? Well, in short, absolutely, yes! If you’re not convinced, here are some reasons for using a password manager.
Today, I learned about a relatively new type of Android Malware, dubbed LeakerLocker. It is spread via malicious software within the Google Play Store, but the unique thing about LeakerLocker is that it doesn’t need to encrypt your device to hold you to ransom. In fact, it doesn’t need to do anything “special” at all… […]