Posts Tagged ‘password’

Upgrading the Password Hashing Algorithm for Sitecore 9+ Installs

The Importance of Security Maintaining security is critical. Take a look at any of the major data breaches that have occurred in the past few years where millions of Americans have had their data compromised, and you might start to agree. One of the simplest measures we can take to protect our information is through […]

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Upgrading the Password Hashing Algorithm for Sitecore 9+ Installs

The Importance of Security Maintaining security is critical. Take a look at any of the major data breaches that have occurred in the past few years where millions of Americans have had their data compromised, and you might start to agree. One of the simplest measures we can take to protect our information is through […]

My Top 7 Google Security Tips for Users and Admins

I.  Create Safe and Secure Passwords – By far the easiest way to access your mail account for nefarious activity is by using a stolen password. Google Apps User Make sure you create safe and unique passwords for all your important accounts Make sure you store your passwords in a secure way Try using a password generator […]

Google’s Password Proposal

Many of you may have read in Wired that Google wants to find ways to authenticate without the old messy username and password approach. Google agrees. “Along with many in the industry, we feel passwords and simple bearer tokens such as cookies are no longer sufficient to keep users safe,” Grosse and Upadhyay write in […]

Google's Password Proposal

Many of you may have read in Wired that Google wants to find ways to authenticate without the old messy username and password approach. Google agrees. “Along with many in the industry, we feel passwords and simple bearer tokens such as cookies are no longer sufficient to keep users safe,” Grosse and Upadhyay write in […]

Worlds Worst Password Requirements

I get to a lot of clients and so see a fair number of interesting password requirements.   Like many of you I wonder how “secure” things will be when setting up a password becomes an exercise in frustration.  Here’s the worst though from Mashable.