Most people’s passwords are surprisingly horrible

Going back to 2015, the worst passwords still commonly used included "123456" and "password." Fast forward five years, and these examples are still very much alive.  After analyzing 275,699,516 passwords leaked during 2020 data breaches, NordPass and partners found that the most common passwords are incredibly easy to guess -- and it could take less than a second... Continue Reading →

Don’t fall for utility scams

The Tampa Bay Times reports: Pretending to be representatives of Tampa Electric Co. and Duke Energy, scammers made thousands of attempts to get people to pay up fast and got away with thousands of dollars. Florida residents, businesses, bars, restaurants and even a Catholic church have found themselves in the sights of scammers posing as... Continue Reading →

Coronavirus cases in Tampa Bay Schools

The growth in school-based cases of coronavirus is accelerating. Cases are appearing in clusters, with almost as many being reported among staff as there are among students. As children often do not exhibit symptoms, there could be many more student cases than the schools know about. Pinellas County: There were five cases at Osceola Fundamental High... Continue Reading →

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