Get a Password Manager. Here’s Where to Start

You’re sick of hearing this. The exhortations didn’t work in 2013 and they’re not going to work now. Sure. But the truth is that you need a password manager, and it’s worth it to take the time to set one up. At this point, even their shortcomings prove how vital they are.

Research published last week through Princeton’s Center for Information Technology Policy highlights a problematic feature in many browser-based password storage tools that’s actually being exploited by online advertising and tracking firms in practice. The issue is “autofilling,” whereby you store your usernames and passwords with your browser so it can fill in and submit those fields instantly on your behalf. This is convenient for safe sites, but has never been ideal security hygiene. Especially now that researchers have found third-party scripts built to prey on the autofill feature, harvesting email addresses for advertising and user tracking.

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SFGATE: Trump strips his own bed, and other excerpts from book

Trump strips his own bed, and other excerpts from book
Published on January 03, 2018 at 10:02PM by Reid Nakamura, provided by

Michael Wolff’s book detailing the turmoil within the White House during the first year Donald Trump’s presidency is set to be published on Monday, but explosive excerpts and the book’s juiciest details are already online. From former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon’s criticism and mockery of the president — before and after his firing — to the political aspirations of Ivanka Trump, to Trump’s fear of being poisoned, here are nine surprising details from excerpts and quotes of “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House” published in New York magazine, The Guardian and The Washington Post. Everyone thought Trump would lose the election, including Trump himself. According to Wolff, Trump didn’t want to become president.

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