An interesting revelation has emerged from the Microsoft camp. Starting with a new Windows 10 build codenamed 19H1, Microsoft wants to eliminate passwords. The move towards having password-less devices began with the insider build 18305, where it was exclusive. However, moving forward, all future builds on Windows devices will allow users to go password-less.
Author: Summer Hirst
Data breaches, malware, hacking, online snooping – no it’s not just some chatter from the tinfoil hat people. These things are very real and are happening around you. Your communications are being heard and recorded and your data is being collected – some for advertising and some for more malicious purposes.
Quora, a platform that lets you ask questions and get answers from people all over the world, was recently hacked and the accounts of about 100 million users have been compromised.
If you are on Quora, you might have noticed that you’ve been logged out suddenly and are prompted to change your password. The company has done this to ensure all users change their credentials to secure their accounts.
Facebook has been possibly the most popular social media website among people of all age groups. However, of late, Americans have been stepping away from this platform, says a survey by Pew Research Center.
According to the survey, users have shown their rising concerns over the breach of privacy related to Facebook.
What you do online can have an impact on not just your safety but the safety of others as well. If you’re not careful, you might jeopardize the privacy of your family and friends. Since they’re related to you, any scam that you may fall for can risk their online lives too.