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CafePress resets passwords months after reported data breach

StockX isn't the only company that appears to have warned users about a data breach through password resets. T-shirt seller CafePress has been asking customers to choose new passwords as part of an updated "password policy," but the news came soon a…
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[TA Deals] Secure your passwords with a discounted subscription to Password Boss

If you’re in the market for a password manager, you’ll want to take a glance at Password Boss. Not only is it a well-rounded password manager, but right now you can save up to 93% off the list price. Not a bad deal for never having to worry about your passwords ever again. It’s secure, […]

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Lenovo’s fingerprint manager left passwords vulnerable

A slew of Lenovo devices have left users' systems vulnerable to a breach. Fingerprint Manager Pro software installed on any of some three dozen ThinkPad, ThinkCentre or ThinkStation devices apparently features weak encryption that allows someone to b…
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The Hideez Key 2 is a universal key that will manage your passwords, open doors, and more

The Hideez Key 2 is a digital identity manager that allows you to do everything from store passwords to open doors to maintain a Bluetooth connection with your phone, laptop, or other device if it’s stolen.

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Heartbeat passwords could be used to keep your medical records safe

Researchers at Binghamton University in New York think the best way to protect a patient’s personal electronic health records could be using their own unique, distinctive heartbeat.

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This wallet-sized cypher card lets you generate endless secure passwords that you can actually remember

Qwertycard is a wallet-sized plastic card that features one-of-a-kind codes. Using your codes and a secret word of your choice, you can generate secure passwords that are unique for every site you use and best of all, easy to remember.

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