This is the first of a series of short posts to debunk security myths and misconceptions. In today's blog i'm going to explain why writing down passwords is not bad. Had me interested
On May 7 it was World Password Day. A day on which a lot of awareness about password security is shared. A lot of good advice but unfortunately also a lot of misleading,
Browsers by default offer you to store the usernames and passwords you enter on websites. This might be very convenient. But can you trust browser password managers to store your passwords?
With the blogs in this series I want to reach not only my typical audience, security professionals, but especially less security aware people to help them improve their personal security. If you think
This blog contains a list of information security resources tailored to the average user. It will be regularly updated
TL;DR: Inventory your user accounts and remove unused onesChange weak and reused passwordsEnable 2FA and make sure you configure backup optionsOnce in a while you should assess the security of your user
This is the second post in the Secure Password management series. Read the previous one here. What's an appropriate minimum password length? When I asked this question on Twitter a while ago most
Na een datalek stuurt een firma (in de meeste gevallen) een e-mail naar de betrokken gebruikers met het verzoek om hun wachtwoord te wijzigen. Een vriend van me kreeg deze gisteren in zijn