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PCMag Security Watch
RSAC 2024: What to Expect at the Largest Cybersecurity Conference of the Year

We're at RSAC this week, and we'll be reporting on everything from cyberattacks on AI Large Language Models to the demise of current cryptography at the hands of quantum computing. 

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Forget Passwords, Use Passphrases for Extra Security

What we call a password doesn't have to be a word at all. A whole phrase or sentence—a passphrase—offers more security. We explain how and why you should them.

How to Master Google Password Manager

Password managers can help keep your online accounts safe, but for Google power users, the only password manager you may need is the free one built into the Chrome browser.

Hacker Breaches Dropbox Sign Database, Views Customer Data

An attacker accesses the cloud storage provider's e-signature platform and users' personal information. No customer documents or payment methods were viewed, Dropbox says.

4 Parental Controls Tips From an Actual Parent

Parental control software can be confusing and overwhelming. The best things you can do to keep your kids safe online are simple and free.

Ransomware Attack Hits City of Wichita

The Kansas city takes some services offline after the ransomware encrypts computer systems.

Police Revive Seized Lockbit Ransomware Gang's Site To Tease More Hacker Details

Europol and the UK's National Crime Agency suggest they'll announce more details about the Lockbit ransomware group on Tuesday, but it could be a scare tactic.

How to Completely Disappear From the Internet

Want to mask your online identity and shield your data from those who wish to surveil you? Here are all the steps you should take.

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How to Block a Number on Your Smartphone
Break Out the Tinfoil: How to Make Your Own Faraday Cage
Google Experiments With Using AI to Flag Phishing Threats, Stop Scams
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