Kaspersky Lab research shows massive IoT device peer-to-peer botnet with an unknown end goal
NorthJersey.com, By Peter Grad
The results of two recent computer security polls show too many of us are doing a poor job securing our password-protected data.
With a typical computer user routinely accessing a dozen or more password-protected sites — from media to entertainment to financial sites — Symantec, the diagnostic and security software firm, found nearly half the respondents reuse a handful of passwords for all of their accounts. If one account is hacked, the culprit can use the same password to enter some of the user's other sites as well.
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