It’s been a while since we’ve heard from Petition Against Passwords, the group that formed this summer with the goal of garnering support for a password-less internet. However, it may be time to bring them back into the spotlight.
Ars Technica recently ran an article detailing how password crackers are now cracking once-unbreachable passwords — the long strings of memorable phrases such as “givemelibertyorgivemedeath” — by simply uploading the internet’s vast data on song lyrics, movie quotes, and historical texts into its database. Password security researcher Kevin Young simply uploaded the entirety of Wikipedia into his password cracker, making formerly-secure, non-dictionary-word passwords, such as “crotalus atrox,” fall in seconds. Continue reading
The man of today is more conscious than ever about his looks and lifestyle. He has broken that image of a man who did not have any demands for himself, would wear anything he could buy in haste and sacrificed his money only on his family. Today’s man is more hardworking, has more purchasing power and loves to spend on himself. He loves to splurge on himself, the best of all worlds. Gone are the days when the Internet was flooded with websites that suggested beauty products for women and gave fashion advice for only women. These days, there are websites that help the heterosexual men of today to choose the best for them. Continue reading
What if there’s a service that allows you to be posted on all the latest trends in one place? That’s exactly what Suck My Trend is aiming to do. This UK- based startup takes a look at the latest and the greatest trends on the internet and roll them all together in one place. It focuses on social trends and hot internet searches. It is truly a unique way to be in the now. And in just 4 months, over 600,000 people have visited the site. Continue reading