Hackers offered 200,000 customer passwords for sale online, forcing Comcast to send reset notices to many users. The lesson? We all need to get a lot smarter about Internet security.
A CIA-backed technology company says it's spotted credentials connected with the departments of Defense, Justice, Treasury and Energy, as well as the CIA itself.
The company has been slowly removing Google and Facebook log-ins from its site, and Flickr is next on the list.
If you get nervous using your Facebook log-in to sign into apps and websites, two new features will let you limit the personal information you share. CNET.com's Kara Tsuboi explains how they'll work.
The pay-television provider ferrets out any reason users would turn to an online alternative, most recently removing prompts to log in to its online portal when using a home network.
Google updates its multiple account sign in feature to make the log-in process more streamlined.
Passwords are fine, but when you really want to keep things safe, you should go for two-factor authentication.
Following the release of an infographic that created some confusion over the use of the term "compromised," Facebook elaborates on its process for blocking suspicious log-ins.
OS X users running Unsanity's FruitMenu application may not be able to log in to the Mac App Store. Unsanity is apparently working on a fix for this issue, which may be a simple oversight in FruitMenu's code.