Passwords in Linux can be managed directly with the passwd command. This will show how you can use it to manage your user password in Linux.
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Most mobile browsers come with an option to browse privately. Samsung Internet browser goes a step further to secure private browsing with a password option.
A vulnerability was found in Ring doorbell. It’s been discovered that after you change your password, anyone who has your prior password can still gain entry.
Do you know your Twitter password by heart? That’s great, but the problem is there may be more people than you that know it as well.
There’s been a development in WebAuthn that may make logging onto websites much easier. This new standard may even take over passwords entirely!
In Linux, you can restrict users from file access with a few commands. Here is how you can password protect folders and files in Linux using file ownership and groups as a password protection measure.
Passwords suck. Using passwords for remote SSH logins on Linux really sucks. Learn how to create SSH encryption keys to log in to Linux servers securely without the need for a password.
We are being required to remember more and more passwords and login info. This is where Sticky Password Premium: Lifetime Subscription can help.
Data breach is common nowadays, making the steps you take after that very important. Here are some important steps you should take after a data breach.
Deleting the root user is a security precaution and overall just something that is good to do. Here is how you can disable the root account in Linux.
If you are always mistyping your sudo password because nothing is shown on the screen, here’s a quick fix to get asterisks to show up as your sudo password in Ubuntu.
If you’re using the Apple Notes app, you may want to protect your info from prying eyes. Here’s how to lock Apple notes with Touch ID and a password.
Looking for a way to show the actual password in your browser instead of just showing dots? Here are three ways to reveal a password in your browser to easily see or copy it.
Tired of having to enter your password when downloading free apps in the Mac App Store? Here’s how to bypass the password prompt for free apps.
Looking to add a password to protect files downloaded in your browser? Zip It is a free drag-and-drop web app that can be used on your PC or smartphone. Here’s how it works.
Online security gets tougher and tougher to maintain, but more and more options for keeping it secure are being developed. How do you safeguard your online logins?
Besides storing WiFi passwords, the Mac Keychain Access app stores a number of other passwords. Here’s how to use it to retrieve a forgotten WiFi password.
If you are a Windows administrator managing multiple user accounts or computers, here’s how you can enforce password rules to keep computers safe.