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Google has reduced hacked Gmail accounts by 99.7 percent since 2011

By Shawn Knight
Feb 20, 2013
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  1. E-mail spam is practically a way of life in this day and age but that doesn’t mean we have to accept the way things are. That especially holds true for Google as the company recently outlined some measures they have...

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  2. Nima304

    Nima304 TS Enthusiast Posts: 304   +37

    That statistic is very impressive if true. Having hacked email accounts in the past (using keyloggers), I can say that 80% of the time, a hacker wouldn't know the answers to security questions or know their victim's phone number, unless they'd done prior research on their target. I'm considering switching to Gmail more and more these days.
     
  3. PinothyJ

    PinothyJ TS Enthusiast Posts: 429   +15

    LASTPASS, PEOPLE!

    Why you no listen to me...
     
  4. I didn't care for LASTPASS. Thought it was buggy. Started using Firefox sync and have been pretty happy with that.
     
  5. That's odd considering that LastPass with Firefox is the most stable and least buggy of all browsers integrated with this extension. I used Firefox Sync, which is decent, but switched over to LastPass simply because Firefox Sync app doesn't exist on iPhone. Not to mention LastPass is truly universal and can be accessed from all browsers whereas Firefox Sync can only be accessed from Firefox.
     


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