65 million Tumblr users have had their details compromised as a result of a recently-discovered breach dating back to 2013. But it’s not just their passwords that they should be concerned about.
Read more in my article on the We Live Security blog.
David Bisson walks you through the steps needed to enable two-step verification on your Tumblr account.
A lot of folks are going around at the moment telling the public to change all of their passwords in response to the serious Heartbleed internet security bug.
But it’s not necessarily the wisest advice.
If you’re a Tumblr user, I would recommend enabling this new security option as soon as possible.
It can help stop hackers taking over your account.
There’s some good news for privacy-conscious Tumblr users.
You can now enable SSL security to encrypt your connection as you upload countless animated GIFs of a NSFW pornographic nature (and whatever else makes up the remaining 1% of Tumblr).
Users of Tumblr’s iPhone and iPad apps have been exposed to a serious security risk, as it has been discovered that the blogging platform has been astonishingly sloppy with its security.
Hackers have broken into Zendesk’s systems, and accessed the email addresses of Tumblr, Twitter and Pinterest customers who had attempted to get support.
SophosLabs explains how today’s Tumblr worm was able to spread so quickly.
Tumblr is hit by a massive hack attack, as many webpages are defaced with a message from the GNAA.
A scam spreads on Tumblr, claiming that every user will be given a free iPhone 5.
Never mind the fact that the iPhone 5 has not been announced yet, let alone released.
Tens of thousands of Twitter users have been tricked into retweeting a message claiming that Twitter will donate $1 per retweet to a baby needing treatment for cancer.
Of course, it’s a hoax.