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What is a dictionary attack, and how do you protect yourself from it?

A dictionary attack is a cyber attack where hackers use a pre-generated list of words and phrases to try and guess a person's password. To carry out a dictionary attack, hackers use automated programs to try different combinations of usernames and passwords until they gain access to an account.

How to protect yourself against data breaches in 2023

Data privacy is a growing concern. Here are 3 steps you can take to protect your personal info and keep your online data safe.

Running an Airbnb: How to share passwords securely with your guests

As an Airbnb host, it's important to keep your property and guests safe. DrivePassword can help you securely share passwords and manage your digital security. Protect your property, guests, and peace of mind with DrivePassword.

What is a hashed password?

Are you guilty of using the same password for all of your online accounts? While it may be convenient to have one easy-to-remember password, it can also put you at serious risk. In this article, we discuss the how hashing password works explain why it's important to have unique passwords for each of your accounts.

How secure is Google Drive?

Google Drive encrypts user data when uploading and downloading files using 256-bit encryption, and files stored on the site are protected by 128-bit encryption. While this ensures that user data is safe from potential threats, it is not recommended to store passwords within Google Drive as it is still vulnerable to security breaches. It is recommended to use password managers to securely store sensitive information.