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iPhone set to match Android security with new Yubico hardware key – CNEThttps://www.cnet.com/news/iphone-set-to-match-android-security-with-new-yubico-hardware-key/YubiKey for Lightning will help iPhones match Android, Windows and MacOS authentication security
Apple offers Safari users safer browsing with USB security key supporthttps://www.engadget.com/2018/12/06/apple-safari-usb-security-key-support/Apple Safari users can try USB security with the latest preview.
Facebook’s Security Is so Bad It’s Surprising Zuckerberg Hasn’t Deleted His Accounthttps://medium.com/@guardian/facebooks-security-is-so-bad-it-s-surprising-zuckerberg-hasn-t-deleted-his-account-2659bbd69339Facebook missed serious holes in their security system. Their incompetence warrants outrage
Apple Blocks GrayKey iOS Hacking Device Shocking Security Expertshttps://www.idropnews.com/news/apple-blocks-graykey-ios-hacking-device-shocking-security-experts/86331/?utm_source=Newsletter&utm_medium=Newsletter&utm_campaign=102618&utm_term=NewsletterApple’s freshest update to the iOS operating system came with a bevy of security upgrades that strengthen consumers’ confidence in the integrity of their iPhones. The security measures include end-to-end encryption of messages and FaceTime video chats, safeguards that make it harder for data companies to gather information for targeted advertising, and a web portal that allows you to check up on how much information Apple has collected about you.
How to Quit Facebook for Good, From 10 People Who Havehttps://medium.com/s/story/how-to-quit-facebook-for-good-from-10-people-who-have-76658c8b6ed8Last Friday, Facebook announced its largest security breach to date, compromising the data of nearly 50 million users. The news broke less than a year after Facebook came under fire for another security scandal when it was revealed that political data consulting firm Cambridge Analytica had collected personal information from users’ profiles. (Profiles on Instagram, which is owned by Facebook, may have been compromised as well, though only if users had linked their accounts to Facebook.)
Will Google’s Titan security keys revolutionize account security? – TechRepublichttps://www.techrepublic.com/article/will-googles-titan-security-keys-revolutionize-account-security/?ftag=TRE684d531&bhid=27689259515740508250262421970472Google wants its Titan security keys to be the new standard in two-factor authentication. Find out how to get and use Titan security keys.
Why You Should Consider a Password Manager – WSJhttps://www.wsj.com/articles/why-you-should-consider-a-password-manager-1527645720Everything you need to know—including what to do if you just refuse to use one.