Another major online security breach, and another call for internet users to change their passwords.
But, even if you follow best practices, like having unique passwords for different sites, passwords can still be vulnerable.
Creating a password, no matter how tricky and complex you think it is, is not something you can rely on to stop.
A very devoted hacker from getting to your data.
Constantly changing your passwords can make it difficult to remember all those combinations of letters and numbers and symbols.
Password managers like LastPass and the 1Password app can help you keep track.
You log into the password manager and then it autogenerates.
And creates and manages all the passwords for you.
Tech companies have begun looking beyond passwords.
Incorporating biometric sensors to unlock devices.
Fingerprint scanners are already on the iPhone 5S, and Samsung Galaxy S5.
Your phone's camera could soon be used as a retinal scanner.
There's, there's a lot more things that they can use on your retina to identify you, uniquely.
Then even on your fingerprint.
Toronto based Bionym is developing a device that would use your heartbeat to would unlock everything from your car to your computer.
So you won't have to rely on you memory to remember all those passwords.
In San Francisco, I'm Sumi Das, Cnet.com for CBS News.
Jeff Bezos announces climate pledge
WeWork's Wi-Fi security is trash (The Daily Charge, 9/19/2019)
Huawei unveils Mate 30 series phones
Amazon hardware reveal next week: What devices would you like...
The pivot to privacy could come with a $100 million grant
Another day, another huge Pixel 4XL leak (The Daily Charge, 9/12/2019)
Scott Wiener says California can save the internet
3 new iPhones, a new Apple Watch and an early surprise
Asus ROG Phone 2 has the first 120Hz OLED screen
Google under investigation over its digital ad business