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There has been a lot of advice on the use of strong passwords, one of which includes the use of long and unique passwords for different accounts. Using long and unique passwords is great, but remembering them for each account sometimes becomes challenging especially when there are so many different accounts ranging from social media accounts to banking applications to email apps, etc.
A strong password is your first line of defense against intruders and imposters.
Scamwatch Nigeria joins the rest of the world to raise awareness on Cyber Threats. During this year's Cybersecurity Month, promoting online security among citizens.
Instagram has introduced a new "Security Checkup" feature that aims to keep accounts safe and help users—whose accounts may have been compromised—to recover them
If you have received a mail asking you to click re-confirm your email address to avoid expiration, Please ignore!!!
Nigerians are urged to be on the lookout for Fake Websites advertising the Federal Government Covid-19 Relief funds.
Such mails comes in different subjects and and with different threats, but the message boils down to a claim that the sender infected your computer by hacking your account or placing malware on a porn site you visited. They appear to have harvested your e-mail contacts, social networks, instant messengers, and phone book
A certain amount of information is by default sent to a site when you take a visit to that site. This information may include the following: IP A,Domain Nameddress, Software Information, Page Visits etc. If the site you're visiting is malicious, files on your computer, as well as passwords stored in the temporary memory, may be at risk.
OpenSSL has released a security update to address vulnerabilities affecting versions 1.1.1–1.1.1j. An attacker could exploit these vulnerabilities to cause a denial-of-service condition.
CISA encourages users and administrators to review the OpenSSL Security Advisory and apply the necessary update.