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As technology progresses, a growing number of smartphone unlock screens seem to sport beautiful animations that highlight characters as they are entered. While such a feature may improve usability by making it simpler for users to be sure that they have typed their passwords correctly, it also makes it much easier for people to “shoulder […]
Password Checkup, a new extension for Google’s Chrome browser, checks whether passwords that you use while browsing have been previously compromised in a data breach. According to Google, the extension checks the login details that you enter against a database of approximately four billion leaked usernames and passwords, and warns you if it finds a […]