As has been reported by Dark Reading, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, among others, a Russian crime group has reportedly collected more than 1.2 billion usernames and passwords. Entrust senior vice president David Rockvam talked with Dark Reading about how this demonstrates the continued need for stronger authentication standards.
Oh, Conficker. I just knew you’d be back in our lives. Somehow, someway. I recently read an interesting article from SC Magazine, “Thanks to weak passwords, Conficker worm still rampant.” Conficker was a nasty little worm that wreaked havoc for a large number of people; I guess you could argue it still is. It all started in 2008 when theMay 3, 2012 in Malware