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a glut of companies are lurking in the shadows of the Internet, gathering your data to sell it to anyone who’s willing to pay the price. These so-called “data brokers” can easily follow your digital trail by using your browser cookies and other ingenious tracking methods. And it’s not just general statistics, demographics, or overall trends that they’re selling. Many data brokers sell dossiers on individuals, complete profiles that include your name and personal information, without your knowledge or consent. These dossiers can include sensitive information such as medical history, political and religious affiliations, and […]

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How NOT to Store Passwords

Security of users’ passwords should be at the forefront of every web developer’s mind. Tom takes us through the insecure ways in which some websites deal with passwords. Tweet

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You can find the full 1,000 words at pastebin. Word cloud generated with Wordle. Data from Mark Burnett. Image source. Tweet

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