For more than a decade, eHarmony has been helping people find a date. Now, the company wants to help people find a job. The online dating Web site is developing a career service that would connect employers with job seekers on a Web platform that incorporates many of the same principles as its site for romance.
(4 days ago)
Can you believe it? The popular online dating site Match.com is celebrating its 18th year since being launched today. Match.com and other sites similar to it, such as eHarmony, OKCupid, Our Time, PlentyofFish, or Zoosk are widely...
(27 days ago)
The Christian co-founder of the popular dating site eHarmony is no stranger to sparking controversy in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community. Now, however, Neil Clark Warren has gone even further, saying he's "tired" of the same-sex marriage debate and what he perceives as its negative impact on eHarmony. "I think this issue of same-sex marriage within...
(3 months and 2 days ago)
If you use the same user name and password on multiple sites, all it takes is for one of them to get cracked, and it doesn't matter how secure your password is or how securely all the other sites store it: You are in trouble. So, you should use a different secure password for each site. Of course, trying to remember dozens or hundreds of different secure passwords borders on...
(1 month and 23 days ago)
For years now I've harangued relatives about their shoddy password practices. Either they use easily-hacked passwords or forget the passwords they've created-sometimes both. If you won't take it from me, beloved family, consider this Password Day (yes, apparently it's a thing) statement from McAfee's Robert Siciliano: "74% of Internet users use the same password across...
(11 days ago)
If you've ever ventured into the world of online dating -- and more and more of us are doing exactly that -- then you're well aware of dating site "creepers" who seemingly refuse to take a hint and, instead, feel entitled to your attention and praise for their advances. Enter Horse_ebooks.
(3 months and 4 days ago)
Professional social networking service LinkedIn won the dismissal of a lawsuit seeking damages on behalf of premium users who had their log-in passwords exposed as a result of a security breach of the company's servers last year. The data breach came to light at the beginning of June 2012, after hackers posted 6.5 million password hashes corresponding to LinkedIn accounts...
(2 months and 14 days ago)
Timothy P. CarneyHave you used an online dating site? Do you assume the site conducts background checks on all the dudes/ladies on the site?Read more on WashingtonExaminer.com
(3 months and 3 days ago)
There’s nothing you can do if hackers get into a database with your password in it, but you can still protect yourself for all the other worst-case scenarios involving hacking. In this video, we go over ways to make your passwords harder to crack. First, don’t make it easy on hackers by choosing a common password. Splashdata uses security breaches to gather 'most popular...
(9 days ago)
MusicBrainz, the popular open content music database, disclosed at the end of March that a database dump had taken place and user information had been downloaded, including password hashes for many MusicBrainz accounts. While the site admits to having no idea where the data is now located, it is asking all users to change their passwords. MusicBrainz has attempted to...
(27 days ago)
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