Heartbleed bug reminds us how badly passwords suck


The Heartbleed bug was a painful reminder about the weakness of passwords. The Internet security flaw prompted companies like mutual fund giant American Funds to advise its 825,000 shareholders to change their passwords to protect their data from hackers. If ...

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