Google: We've been storing some enterprise customer passwords in plaintext since 2005
Google is encouraging enterprise administrators to have users reset their passwords.
Facebook security notice announces millions of Instagram users had their passwords stored in plaintext
The update increases the amount of people impacted by a March security notice.
Facebook: hundreds of millions of passwords were stored in plaintext on internal networks
There is no evidence anyone outside Facebook viewed the passwords.
Can Google's security push overcome the public's eroded trust?
Confusion and exasperation with the state of basic consumer hygiene may be doing more damage than a breach ever could.
Nearly 773 million email addresses leaked, spelling trouble for people who re-use passwords
Some 140 million email addresses and 10 million passwords are new to Hunt’s Have I Been Pwned website, the free service that tracks whether user credentials have been made available in data dumps.
Researchers find hardcoded passwords in popular building-access system
The company behind the product has failed to issue patches to fix the issue, despite researchers best efforts to contact the company.