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  1. Study shows programmers will take the easy way out and not implement proper password security A student or a programmer hired from Freelancer.com? Doesn't really matter. Both don't know that many things about password security. Freelance developers need to be explicitly told to write code that stores passwords in a safe and secure manner, a recent study has revealed.
  2. Chrome 86 beefs up password security on Android and iOS Once again, Google is highlighting the plethora of improvements it is making to the Chrome browser. The update mainly deals with beefing up password security on mobile versions of Chrome, as it makes a number of security-focused additions and other usability tweaks. Google will check whether users' passwords have been compromised, and that is found to be the case, the firm will take users directly to the appropriate "Change Password" form. The feature is presently available to Android and iOS users. Th
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