Twitter has finally added two-factor authentication.
The “cloud” service for Liberty is actually something you can do with any of the consignment software programs.
A handy website to let you know how many days its been since the last-known Java 0-day exploit.
Heads-up, Evernote users. Evernote is reporting they have been hacked and have issued a Security Notice. As a safety measure, they have initiated password resets for all accounts. Evernote has stated that no user content appears to have been compromised.
I know it’s a very common thing for people to use the same password and email address across multiple sites. Do not do that. Think about it, if your Evernote account was compromised and your email + password were the same for Gmail, Amazon, eBay, iTunes, etc. you would risk losing access to everything and even incurring some real expenses or data loss.
Stay safe and if you have any questions or comments, feel free to post below!
According to Ars Technica, Java. Trojan. There’s nothing else to say.
What is PCI DSS?
The PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) v2.0 document is 75 pages long and details each item required of a business that accepts credit cards.