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Bitwarden Is Now the Best Free Alternative to LastPass

Bitwarden Is Now the Best Free Alternative to LastPass

Whether you’re looking to make a change in your password management just because, or you’re a LastPass user annoyed with the service’s recent changes to its free tier, switching to the much-loved (and free) Bitwarden service is a good choice. Bitwarden is now the best free password manager for most people—since it works across all …

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Law Firm Accused of 'Aiding' Trump's Election Disputes Gets Data Stolen By Hackers

Law Firm Accused of ‘Aiding’ Trump’s Election Disputes Gets Data Stolen By Hackers

Photo: Mandel Ngan (Getty Images) A ransomware gang claims to have stolen over 100 gigabytes of data from Jones Day, a prominent global law firm that recently stirred backlash for its entanglement in the 2020 presidential election. The hacker group CL0P has posted a large tranche of stolen files to a dark web “leak site,” …

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Hacked Florida Water Plant Reportedly Had No Firewall and Poor Password Security

Hacked Florida Water Plant Reportedly Had No Firewall and Poor Password Security

Photo: Justin Sullivan (Getty Images) The water plant in Oldsmar, Fla. targeted by a hacker in a horrifying cyberattack last week is said to have exhibited very weak IT security practices. Recent updates from government authorities claim the facility did not have some basic network protections—including a firewall. In case you missed it, a hacker …

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Hacker Group Reportedly Leaks Sensitive Data of 2.28 Million People Registered on Dating Site MeetMindful

Hacker Group Reportedly Leaks Sensitive Data of 2.28 Million People Registered on Dating Site MeetMindful

Photo: Kirill Kudryavtsev/AFP (Getty Images) Millions of users of the dating site MeetMindful got some unpleasant news on Sunday. ZDNet reported that the hacker group ShinyHunters, the same group who leaked millions of user records for the company that listed the “Camp Auschwitz” shirts, has dumped what appears to be data from the dating site’s …

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