2013 seems the be the year of 2-factor (or 2-step) authentication.
The server hosting the official website of Drupal, the popular content management platform, has been compromised and sensitive user data was accessed by the attackers, the executive director of the Drupal Association revealed in a blog post on Wednesday.
In this day and age when everything moves from client computers to the cloud, a number of companies started providing online password management services.
Following a slew of high-profile compromises of accounts belonging to media outlets such as AP and satirical news site The Onion, Twitter has finally implemented two-factor authentication to help prevent future ones.
Slowly but surely, more and more users are becoming acquainted with the existence of ransomware and when faced with one, they opt not to pay the requested "fine" and instead seek help for disinfecting their computers.
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