Doxxing, or doxing, is a scary problem that can put your family members and their real identity in danger. However, there are things you can do to stay safe.
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In a blog post, Twitter said that it will only allow accounts that subscribe to its premium Twitter Blue feature to use text message-based 2FA. Twitter users that don’t switch to a different type of two-factor authentication will have the feature removed from their accounts by March 20.
That means that anyone who relies on Twitter sending a text message code to their phone to log in will have their 2FA switched off, allowing anyone to access their accounts with just a password. If you have an easily guessable Twitter password or use that same password on another site or service, you should take action sooner rather than later.
In an age where camera phones are ubiquitous and the lure of internet popularity is a chronic condition, everything — and everyone — is content
Popular password management company LastPass has been under the pump this year, following a network intrusion back in August 2022.
Since the release of the Roomba, it has been nothing short of a helping hand at home, vacuuming up your home for you when you’re too busy to do so yourself. It’s a convenient little device that can be left alone to complete its tasks without too much intervention. So what happens when your little vacuum helper begins leaking private images of you?
You’ve probably noticed that more people are “commissioning” portraits of themselves. Most of those pictures were generated, not painted, by an AI photo editor called Lensa. The app, owned by developer Prisma Labs, topped Apple’s App Store charts after it introduced its new ‘Magic Avatars’ AI art maker, and its results have exploded around the internet.
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