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What is two-factor authentication (2FA) and why should you care?

What is two-factor authentication (2FA) and why should you care?

When an online security compromise takes place, there's the potential for it to have a truly detrimental effect on our life – including the lives of those around us. We explore how 2FA can try and prevent that from happening.

How secure is my password? Which? Computing editor explains the dos and don’ts

How secure is my password? Which? Computing editor explains the dos and don’ts

I caught up with Which? Computing editor Kate Bevan to get some tips on what you can do to protect your digital life when it comes to passwords.

Are password managers really safe to use?

Are password managers really safe to use?

This week researchers at US security specialists ISE declared that popular password managers have vulnerabilities that could allow hackers to gain access to your passwords. Keep reading to find out more about this issue and make sure to read our reviews of the best password managers to help ensure your personal details stay secure online.

How the internet reveals your personal data secrets

How the internet reveals your personal data secrets

A Which? investigation reveals that personal data is readily available on the public internet, which could made you an easier target for criminals.

Handyman-for-hire app TaskRabbit hit by ‘cybersecurity incident’

Handyman-for-hire app TaskRabbit hit by ‘cybersecurity incident’

Handyman and cleaner-hiring app TaskRabbit has been hit by a 'cybersecurity incident' with users urged to change their passwords over data breach fears. Find out what your rights are and what to do if you're affected by a data breach.

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