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Is My Password Secure? NIST Advises Against Periodically Changing Passwords

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is no longer recommending people periodically change their passwords as part of the organization’s new draft of its Digital Identity Guidelines. The draft order, Special Publication 800-63-3, makes several changes to what were once commonly believed to be best security practices for passwords—or “memorized secrets,” as the NIST refers to them—including encourages websites and services to no longer require users to arbitrarily change passwords.
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The latest TV Box to hit the market is the Beelink i68. It is an Android 5.1 TV box powered by Rockchip’s hottest 64-bit SoC, the RK3368. The box is garnering a lot of attention because of it
The craze for multi-functional devices among generation next remains unabated. Manufacturers of electronic devices are focusing on developing many such unique products to catch the attention of cus
Excelvan CL720D is a portable LED Projector with slot for digital TV Slot. This advanced device is a projector that allows you and your family and friends to enjoy your favorite programs on a large
The best console for 4K TVs is getting another upgrade.             
A star exploded before the time of the dinosaurs, and average people just helped space scientists find it.
Decoding the Arhar dal's (pigeon pea) genome, a staple legume, has paved the way to correct issues of affordability, production and availability of the nutrient-rich crop in India, a scientist s
?An independent report has concluded that Europe's Schiaparelli probe crash-landed on Mars last year because its systems couldn't cope with a brief,
Schiaparelli flew to Mars with the Trace Gas Orbiter, which is studying gases in the planet's atmosphere from orbit. The lander crashed during an attempted touchdown on Oct. 19.
It’s almost June, meaning summer weather and summer temperatures are approaching fast. Depending on where you are this summer, you may experience temps that are hotter, or cooler, than you’re used to
As his family and fans await the results of an official toxicology report to determine whether or not Soundgarden front man Chris Cornell’s suicide was intentional or not, a new witness who saw him d
A Stanford University Medical Center study found many wearable technologies were inaccurate when it came to counting calories.             
This week’s Hearthstone Tavern Brawl is “A Peek to the Past,” where Blizzard challenges you to remember how boring the game used to be. You draft a deck with common and rare cards from the Basic and
Clear umbrella, full water bottle, can't lose.             
The US Republican Party has backed a plan for a loophole in the law that bars telemarketers from robocalling smartphones without the user’s written permission - ringless voicemails.
The race to the Iron Throne is heating up on “Game of Thrones” and the rulers of the Seven Kingdoms are done playing nice. HBO released an official trailer for Season 7 which suggests things are goin
Chocolate has always been the "magical" cure-all ingredient for our ailments. We often eat chocolate in the form of candy to lift our mood or mend a broken heart. Now, researchers at Harvard T.H. Cha
The Gourmia GSI180 claims to make fruity desserts with the consistency of soft-serve ice cream, so we gave the machine a swirl.             
16 Psyche is one of the most mysterious objects in our solar system, ans NASA now hopes to blast off to it in 2022, and arrive four years earlier than planned in 2026.
New analysis of LIGO data suggests Goldilocks black holes are exceptionally rare.
The Opportunity Rover left Mars’s 'Cape Tribulation' after two and a half years of exploring and reached Perseverance Valley in early May. Josh King has the story (@abridgetoland).     
Justin Bieber is already an established pop star but on Tuesday night, the “Sorry” singer tried his hand at rapping. While partying with The Chainsmokers at the New York City club 1 Oak, the Grammy-w
The likes and dislikes of females produced a lot of different looking species of southern capuchino seedeaters.
In the analysis, STAT News compared President Trump’s responses during 2017 Q&A sessions with on-air interviews over the last few decades. Experts say the changes could be a sign of cognitive declin
Alaska averages 40,000 earthquakes per year, with more large quakes than the other 49 states combined, and it's about to have its ground examined like never before
New photos reveal how a stretch of the scenic Pacific Coast Highway in tourist haven Big Sur is buried under one million tons of rock and dirt following California's largest mudslide Saturday
Experts studying ochre, from which Middle Stone Age humans living in what is now Ethiopia used to make pigments 40,000 years ago, found that the rocks were used for over 4,500 years.
Researchers found the minimal changes in DNA that have produced nine different species of southern capuchino seedeaters.
DJI promises easier flights with unit to tote with you             
The six participants in the 2017 Money in the Bank ladder match were revealed Tuesday night on the latest edition of “SmackDown Live.” Shane McMahon announced that AJ Styles, Kevin Owens, Shinsuke Na
Xbox One owners will soon get a new way to play a lot more Xbox games without needing to spring for a new bookshelf or extra disc space. Microsoft confirmed Wednesday its Xbox Game Pass subscription
Blockchain enthusiasts believe bitcoin’s core distributed ledger technology could revolutionize modern governments because it is great at tracking complex transactions with almost infallible security
A major security flaw on Twitter allowed attackers to post messages from any account on the platform, a security researcher revealed. The exploit went unnoticed for years until a security researcher
Astronomers are baffled as the most mysterious 'alien megastructure' star in the Universe just kicked into action again with its light dimming in bizarre ways.
A couple in O'Fallon, Missouri welcomed a very large bundle of joy earlier this month after giving birth to a healthy 13-pound baby. Joe and Lauren Flaugher welcomed their newborn son with a natural
Antibiotics and vitamins helped the injured loggerhead sea turtle back to health in Marathon, in the Florida Keys.
DJI announces its smallest and most easily-controlled drone yet, the Spark.

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