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2FA is one of the best ways to secure your accounts. But there is a way for criminals to bypass this. Let's learn how they do it, and how to stop them.
There's a new Facebook scam going around that can steal your passwords. Don't fall for it. This Facebook scam scares people into giving the bad guys their passwords.
To be secure on the internet, whether it's on the web, or apps on your phone, it's super important to use strong passwords. And it's just as important to never reuse passwords. This is why everyone needs a password manager.
2-Factor Authentication (2FA) is a good way to protect your online accounts. Here's what it is and how to use it. We have passwords to many online accounts. Choosing one can be a hard task. That's why so many people wind up using the same one over and over again, or just as bad, making a too weak password.
Fernando Corbato (yeah, I've never heard of him either) passed away recently at the age of 93. Fernando was instrumental in modernizing computing. You see, back in the day, even before I started getting interested in computers, people didn't have a machine on their desks, much less in their pockets. They probably didn't have a computer anywhere in the office. If a company had one at all, it was down in the basement manned by some white shirted guy with a black skinny tie, glasses, and a pocket protector.

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