passwords Tag Archive
In mid-December, over 770 million email addresses and passwords were posted to a popular hacking forum. At 87 GB of data, it is the largest collection of breached data in history. You can stay safe from this and other breaches by using unique, randomly-generated passwords from Blur. What is Collection #1? The breach (now known […]
In today’s tutorial, you’ll learn how to add existing accounts to Blur password manager. There’s a couple ways to do this, but in this video, we’re covering how to add existing accounts to Blur using the Blur webapp. To learn how to add existing accounts to Blur using the Blur desktop browser extension on a third […]
Anyone who’s ever registered at AdultFriendFinder, Penthouse.com, and a variety of other web sites in this company’s network (yes, that is apparently around 400M accounts) should make sure they didn’t use passwords there they also use elsewhere.
The following post was written by Justin Carroll, a longtime user of Blur and friend of Abine. Justin Carroll is a veteran of over fifteen years in the service of the United States Government. He is a plank-owner with the elite Marine Special Operations Command (MARSOC) and has worked on a contractual basis with another government agency. After […]
Friday September 23rd, 2016– While in the midst of trying to sell off its core internet business to Verizon, Yahoo! confirmed this week that the company experienced a major data breach in 2014, exposing and compromising the accounts of at least 500 million Yahoo! Accounts, making it one of the largest data breaches of all […]