Tag Archives: passwords

Possible LinkedIn Password Breach: Change Yours Now!

Technology blogs and news sites lit up this morning with news that millions of LinkedIn passwords had reportedly been leaked online.  According to The Verge: A user in a Russian forum is claiming to have hacked LinkedIn to the tune of almost 6.5 million account details. The user uploaded 6,458,020 hashed passwords, but no usernames. It’s not clear if they …

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Security Outside of the Office

Technology used to be firmly anchored in the office: bulky desktop computers, closet-filling servers, fax machines, and so forth. But as laptops have surged in popularity, and new technology like smartphones and tablets have emerged, lawyers are increasingly carrying their technology–and their clients’ data–with them outsideof the office. So how can you secure your technology on the go? Here are a …

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Strong Password Refresher

Passwords are the first, and sometimes last, line of defense when it comes to data security. It’s vital to use strong passwords for all of your devices and accounts. What constitutes a strong password? Here’s a quick refresher: The length should be at least 8 characters, with some security experts now recommending 15+ characters. The password should include upper and lower case …

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