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Can you get scammed and lose money when you rely on social network sites to connect with friends ? Unfortunately the answer is yes. A few weeks ago, my friend Beny stepped up to help one of his friends, Bryan, who was robbed at gunpoint in a foreign ...
Blog Entry by Vicente | 20 Feb 2009 | 0 comments
The PIP team just released a new feature on Friday: a secure digital vault to store your most personal documents online. Think of it as a digital lock box in the cloud to store copies of your most important documents online (deed of trust, will, ...
Blog Entry by nicolas_popp | 17 Feb 2009 | 0 comments
Great news for OpenID aficionados, the largest identity social network is embracing OpenID . With 221M users , one could easily conclude that OpenID has just received the stimulus package that it needed to finally achieve critical mass. But, what ...
Blog Entry by nicolas_popp | 12 Feb 2009 | 0 comments
Imagine this scenario. You have a couple of hours to kill, so you log onto the free wireless access at an Internet cafe and check your personal email, maybe even make sure your latest check won't bounce by logging on to your banking site. (Whoops, ...
Blog Entry by chalcon | 03 Feb 2009 | 0 comments
Lately I seem to be posting notices about hacks and identity theft - like Monday's Monster.com news . Today's entry has a happier note - I'm proud to welcome Name.com to the VIP Network . Check out the press release and ...
Blog Entry by vipmobile | 28 Jan 2009 | 0 comments
It seems like every day there's another headline about a major site being hacked with stolen usernames and passwords. Today it's Monster.com , which has compromised the passwords and personal details of thousands of recruiters and job ...
Blog Entry by vipmobile | 26 Jan 2009 | 0 comments
This week, the PIP team is releasing an improved version of the 1-click sign in. The great news is that PIP users are no longer restricted to our small initial list of supported sites. Indeed, you can now add any of your favorite sites to your 1-click ...
Blog Entry by nicolas_popp | 11 Jan 2009 | 0 comments
I always find it interesting the way old scams are redressed for new and emerging channels. That was the case during the last few days when Twitter users and employees found themselves under attack by phishers and hackers: follow these links to ...
Blog Entry by Vicente | 06 Jan 2009 | 0 comments
2009 promise to be a pivotal year for OpenID. So far, industry adoption has been strong with consumer powerhouses such as Google, Yahoo!, Microsoft and MySpace backing up the technology. At the same time, consumer adoption remains limited to early ...
Blog Entry by nicolas_popp | 03 Jan 2009 | 0 comments
As you probably heard, a significant network security incident happened last week. A large phishing attack was perpetuated against CheckFree.com. Millions of consumer identities have presumably been stolen. Consumer impact aside, the attack warrants ...
Blog Entry by nicolas_popp | 13 Dec 2008 | 0 comments