Yahoo Hack: Stop Using And Sharing Weak Passwords, Experts SayExperts also warn that the time after a data breach is the most vulnerable for phishing emails which are trying to steal more information.
Sick Of Remembering All Those Passwords? Try A Password ManagerIf you’re becoming increasingly frustrated over the number of passwords you have to keep track in your life, an Internet security expert has some suggestions.
Weak Passwords Can Be Gold Mine For Hackers Hackers compromise log-in passwords time and time again. Our passwords are our first line of defense, but most of us know little about what makes a strong password. CBS 2's Lionel Moise reports on steps we can take to make our passwords un-hackable.
Security Experts Warn Online Users To Change Their Passwords Security experts are warning Americans to change their online passwords after a Russian group stole more than a billion passwords.
If You Got Sick Or Died, Would Your Family Be Able To Access Your Online Accounts?CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker has some advice on sharing your usernames and passwords with family members, in case the worst happens.
Quinn Signs Law Blocking Employers From Asking For Facebook PasswordsGov. Pat Quinn has signed the so-called "Facebook Bill" into law, barring employers from asking job applicants and employees for their social network passwords.
Law Prevents Employers From Getting Social Media Passwords Illinois employers will no longer be able to ask for employee or job candidates’ social network account information in order to gain access to their account or profile.
Security Analyst Offers Ways To Keep Online Passwords SafeSix and a half million passwords from LinkedIn users were leaked this week. WBBM'S Lisa Fielding has some tips on how you can keep your password safe and secure.