Google Makes Passkeys the Default Sign-in Option

passkey default sign-in option

Google announced today that from now on, passkeys are the default sign-in option across all personal Google Accounts. This means that users can now sign in to their accounts without entering a password or using 2-Step Verification (2SV) when logging in. Read: Google Enables Real-Time Phishing Protection for All Chrome Users Google announced that passkeys […]

GitHub steps up security for active developers – 2FA requirement coming soon

GitHub, the world’s largest cloud-based provider of software development tools and services, announced that it will soon make two-factor authentication (2FA) mandatory for active developers. Starting next week, any developer who wants to access their account at GitHub must set up 2FA to continue using the service. Read: The FBI is investigating a data breach […]

Nearly 2,000 Signal accounts were compromised by Twilio’s hack

Signal is a very popular messaging app, thanks to its end-to-end encryption feature. However, this Monday, they announced in a statement that the hack suffered in Twilio at the beginning of the month affected almost 2,000 Signal accounts. All the details will be disclosed in this article. Read: Cisco confirms hack last May Twilio’s hack […]

Twitter faces a data breach of 5.4 million accounts

2022 has not been the best year for Twitter; from the problems it has had thanks to Elon Musk to breaches in its security, the little blue bird has been having a terrible few months. But that has not stopped its users from continuing to interact and share their thoughts. After all, in this network, […]

Learn what are the biggest password problems

Today, being World Password Day, we are going to talk about a very important topic, one that everyone seems to avoid just for their own comfort. Creating a strong password is not complicated and only takes a couple of minutes. The problem is that most users go with what they quickly remember or are familiar […]