Today, Yahoo confirmed that 500 million user accounts have been compromised in a data breach. In August, the infamous cyber criminal named “Peace” claimed he was selling the usernames, email addresses, telephone numbers, easily decrypted passwords and personal information of 200 million Yahoo users from 2012, prompting the announcement.
Unfortunately, since today is also the first official day of Fall, the Yahoo data breach didn’t make our list of the most notable data breaches from this summer, but check out the other big names that did:Continue Reading →
October is officially National Cyber Security Awareness Month! As a #CyberAware Champion, we’re doing our part at Dashlane by making sure our users have the resources they need to stay safer and secure online.
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I like to learn new stuff, all the time. I believe this is a need that also allows me to progress and be better every day. That spirit of learning continuously is one of the keys for performance, and as such in all my career I have pushed for a culture of Continuous Learning. Nowadays, technologies, markets, practices move and evolve fast. To keep up with that pace, you need to have an adaptability that comes with a curiosity for novelty, a capacity to learn and the will to contradict yourself and innovate.Continue Reading →
Dear Dashlane user,
In the last few days, we released a security update following a report from Tavis Ormandy, a security researcher from the Google Security Team. Tavis brought to our attention a potential security vulnerability in our browser extensions, which is corrected by this update.Continue Reading →