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Sometimes users are faced with a situation where MobileMe sends an error message regarding usernames and account passwords being invalid. This may even happen to users who do not have MobileMe accounts.
A cyberattack in December yielded access to a program that controls millions of users' access to the company's services, according to a New York Times report.
In a survey on password management, some of the 400 participants admit to some big no-no's, according to Symantec's Security Response blog.
McAfee warns of password stealer hiding in attachment that comes with an e-mail purporting to be from Facebook.
Unknown number of users whose accounts may have been compromised offsite get new passwords, company announces.
When users set up their public folders on MobileMe, they have the option to password-protect it. Occasionally they find that the password they have set up is not working properly.
Company asks customers to return some models of DataTraveler secure flash drives, following the discovery of a flaw in how they process passwords.
Occasionally users will encounter password issues that Keychain Access cannot repair using Keychain First Aid. In these cases, users can reset their keychain.
Some Web sites only allow alphanumeric characters (letters and numbers) in their passwords. This invites bad passwords, lowering security for everyone.
When using MobileMe to sync your important data, including keychains, online, some users find that they are prompted for a password to a different computer than the machine they are syncing.