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« Reply #25 on: November 23, 2020, 00:08 »
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How secure are password managers??

How do you guys save your passwords when you have too many?


Uncle Pete

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« Reply #26 on: November 23, 2020, 08:09 »
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How secure are password managers??

How do you guys save your passwords when you have too many?

Everyone has their own best answer, I'll just tell you mine. I have a steno notebook, which is small enough to be in the computer bag, if I want and large enough to write sites and passwords, on one line. Mostly irrelevant, because the point is, get a notebook and write down your passwords. That's the most secure storage, as you have it and it's nowhere on the web.  :)

I use Lastpass, and sometimes the Firefox or Chrome password managers. Not for all sites, but for the lazy ones that don't have any access to money.

I create my own passwords, based on a system, which I'm not going to say, because it would be foolish to give hints to how I generate passwords. They are a word and string of numbers. Some sites require a capitol letter somewhere and a character, which is kind of useless as most people will simple put the capitol on the front and the character on the end. If someone is using brute force attack, they will be running through, and the personal flawed way many people think, because we're used to that, makes being pwned easier.

Hopefully something in that is useful for you. Good that you caught the breach and stopped them before SS had to do payment reversals and maybe lock your account while they investigated. I just had someone I know, get a notice from SS that there was suspicious activity, people trying to log into his account - Change Your Password. So they do monitor.

Uncle Pete

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« Reply #27 on: November 23, 2020, 08:18 »
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Because generally with IT breaches most people who are breached don't find out until much later than the actual incident.  Its far more common than finding out immediately.
They also have woeful IT security infrastructure and systems buyer security side.

Ultimately this has happened pretty much every month going back several years all using the same procedure - mass spam to hide a payout change.  Every single side says its not their end causing it and they cant all be correct.

   772,904,991    Collection #1 accounts
   763,117,241    Verifications.io accounts
   711,477,622    Onliner Spambot accounts
   622,161,052    Data Enrichment Exposure From PDL Customer accounts
   593,427,119    Exploit.In accounts
   457,962,538    Anti Public Combo List accounts
   393,430,309    River City Media Spam List accounts
   359,420,698    MySpace accounts
   268,765,495    Wattpad accounts
   234,842,089    NetEase accounts

   226,883,414    Cit0day accounts
   8,661,578    123RF accounts
   8,815,692    Home Chef accounts
   7,104,998    Animal Jam accounts
   1,414,677    Mashable accounts
   1,107,789    Lazada RedMart accounts
   1,541,284    James accounts
   3,924,454    Wongnai accounts
   4,418,182    Minted accounts
   1,277,761    Promofarma accounts

   Evite: In April 2019
   Canva: In May 2019
   Adobe: In October 2013, 153 million Adobe accounts were breached
   Dropbox: In mid-2012
   LinkedIn: In May 2016
   LiveAuctioneers: In June 2020
   Mashable: In approximately mid-2020

Two points:

What name is missing from this list of hacked databases and PW compromises? This is independent reporting, and SS isn't on there.

What sites do you see on the list, that many of us might have had an account?

Source if you want to look for your own email:  https://haveibeenpwned.com/

« Reply #28 on: November 23, 2020, 11:50 »
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Because generally with IT breaches most people who are breached don't find out until much later than the actual incident.  Its far more common than finding out immediately.
They also have woeful IT security infrastructure and systems buyer security side.

Ultimately this has happened pretty much every month going back several years all using the same procedure - mass spam to hide a payout change.  Every single side says its not their end causing it and they cant all be correct.

   772,904,991    Collection #1 accounts
   763,117,241    Verifications.io accounts
   711,477,622    Onliner Spambot accounts
   622,161,052    Data Enrichment Exposure From PDL Customer accounts
   593,427,119    Exploit.In accounts
   457,962,538    Anti Public Combo List accounts
   393,430,309    River City Media Spam List accounts
   359,420,698    MySpace accounts
   268,765,495    Wattpad accounts
   234,842,089    NetEase accounts

   226,883,414    Cit0day accounts
   8,661,578    123RF accounts
   8,815,692    Home Chef accounts
   7,104,998    Animal Jam accounts
   1,414,677    Mashable accounts
   1,107,789    Lazada RedMart accounts
   1,541,284    James accounts
   3,924,454    Wongnai accounts
   4,418,182    Minted accounts
   1,277,761    Promofarma accounts

   Evite: In April 2019
   Canva: In May 2019
   Adobe: In October 2013, 153 million Adobe accounts were breached
   Dropbox: In mid-2012
   LinkedIn: In May 2016
   LiveAuctioneers: In June 2020
   Mashable: In approximately mid-2020

Two points:

What name is missing from this list of hacked databases and PW compromises? This is independent reporting, and SS isn't on there.

What sites do you see on the list, that many of us might have had an account?

Source if you want to look for your own email:  https://haveibeenpwned.com/

Don't confuse me with facts, my mind is made up everything is caused by Shutterstock.

« Reply #29 on: November 25, 2020, 05:44 »
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You lie down with dogs (Shutterstock) you are going to get fleas. My money is on a ShStock hack.

Well I expected a more serious answer than a personal hatred.
its not personal, she is like that in general, not a nice person

« Reply #30 on: November 25, 2020, 08:43 »
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You lie down with dogs (Shutterstock) you are going to get fleas. My money is on a ShStock hack.

Well I expected a more serious answer than a personal hatred.
its not personal, she is like that in general, not a nice person

😂 You dont even know me. And Ive seen some of your posts...pot...kettle. Heres a recent one. Your language had to be removed! So stop already with the cathy bashing, theres more than enough not a nice person here to go around.

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Reply #321 on: November 11, 2020, 09:31
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Quote from: cascoly on October 29, 2020, 17:44
Quote from: Microstockphoto on October 29, 2020, 16:04


 
 it wasnt free, you had to upload 300 new images and have them approved, adobe made money on the back of that, and creating 300 images is a hell of a lot of work

you seem to have trouble with the meaning of simple words like 'free' and 'limit' etc
first, please stop the ad hominem attacks on Matt you made earlier

you seem to have trouble with simple words too!! - there was NO CHARGE for the  bonus -- there was an incentive for uploads and a reward was given.  commonly done for all sorts of transactions -'buy 2 get one free', 'earn 1000 pts for a reward',etc
you have a problem with reading, i never said there was a charge, I said the bonus wasnt free, which it wasnt

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