1.5% of Chrome Users' Passwords Are Known to Be Compromised

1.5% of Chrome Users' Passwords Are Known to Be Compromised

1.5% of passwords used in Chrome are unsafe and have been released in data breaches, according to new information from Google.In February, a new feature was introduced to the Google Chrome browser which checks whether users’ passwords are secure.

Sending encrypted data with sound

Sending encrypted data with sound

With this question in mind, let’s take a look at the properties of sound and how industry-standard encryption can be applied to acoustic data transfer to render it secure and safe from the risk of prying ears.

Kaspersky AV injected unique ID that allowed sites to track users, even in incognito mode

Kaspersky AV injected unique ID that allowed sites to track users, even in incognito mode

A case in point: for almost four years, AV products from Kaspersky Lab injected a unique identifier into the HTML of every website a user visited, making it possible for sites to identify people even when using incognito mode or when they switched between Chrome, Firefox, or Edge.