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"Today law enforcement has access to more data than ever before in history, so Americans do not have to choose between weakening encryption and solving investigations," Apple said.
"Two-factor authentication is more than needed," a security researcher told Newsweek. "People have to understand that they will not have any privacy with this kind of product."
Netflix recently announced that they intend to limit password sharing, as it costs the streaming platform an estimated $135 million each month.
It's time to clean up your cyber-hygiene
Hackers could infiltrate a home's Wi-Fi and steal information from computers, researchers claim, but not everyone is convinced it's an issue.
A database of 1.4 billion user passwords compiled from 252 data breaches is suspected to be the largest ever.
Malicious iPhone apps can steal users's personal information through fake login pop-ups.
Popular font sharing site DaFont.com was hacked, exposing 700,000 usernames and passwords. More than 98 percent of the passwords have been cracked.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology is no longer recommending people regularly change their passwords and is now advocating for passphrases.
The brain prefers short, predictable sequences—exactly the opposite of a good password.
Details of up to 412 million people have been exposed following hack of "sex hookup" site Adult Friend Finder.
Telephone and online banking customers will be able to use their accounts using only their voice.
Twitter suspends accounts in response to user account details appearing on the dark web.
This is Yahoo's second big move to eliminate memorized passwords.