Tag Archives: Password Hack

The Biggest Security Threat Your Company is Facing is not A Hacker

In light of recent news your company has probably, hopefully, made securing your network a top priority. While the rest of your IT team is looking at how to protect your network from external threats- you can be one step ahead and make sure you are protecting your network from what experts are saying is […]

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Password Hacking: As Seen by an IT Security Professional

Password hacking is a lot more prevalent than you think.  Most IT Security admins think password hacking is a juvenile attack and thwarted by account lockout policies.  However, like the rest of the technology world, hacking tools and techniques have grown more sophisticated.  In this modern time a typical teenager “script-kiddie” can go to a […]

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Why Biometrics Will Not Replace Passwords

Biometric authentication has a lot of appeal; the idea of not having to remember passwords or PIN numbers and not having to use a physical key fob or smart token sounds great. However, everyone seems to overlook a major problem with biometrics. Suppose you have a network system with a large user base. Your large […]

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Everything about the Target Hack that you wanted to know but were too afraid to ask

It has been about a little over a month since the retail giant, Target, let the public know about the POS malware that managed to steal the information of about 110 million customers over about a three week period. While Target attempts to recover from one of the largest data hacks in the history or […]

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