The announcer complained that it could have been a bit easier to type.
The company is making some changes to encourage more people to adopt a key digital security mechanism.
Nifty Gateway confirmed that several people had their accounts compromised recently, but blamed users for their lack of two-factor authentication.
LastPass changed its price structure, forcing free users to choose between using computers or mobile devices.
The issue revolves around a password entry screen on the eShop.
Pastebin quietly changed its terms and services that allowed researchers to study leaked data, malware, and stolen passwords.
Even after being warned by researchers, some companies still haven’t fixed systems that make it easy for hackers to take over accounts.
Hackers are selling Disney+ accounts on the dark web, but the tools to break into the accounts in the first place are already established.
A European bank makes customers pay to change their passwords, and suggests they Google their password to check if it is secure.
Hackers are getting meta.
New ‘Password Checkup’ Chrome extension found 1.5 percent of all website logins use compromised credentials, a figure that’s higher for porn websites.