Don't these Yank ISP's run a local network that is NAT'ed to the outside, like AOL (where are they gone - where's my BEER MATS delivered each week!)?
Once you get into the private LAN, all your base belong to us?
Word is spreading that some 320,000 Time Warner Cable (TWC) customers have had their account information accessed by crooks. America's second-largest cable provider says that the FBI tipped it off to a huge cache of customer login credentials that appears to have been gathered by criminals. TWC told us it is notifying those …
The best security advice I have see is to use a password manager to keep one's unique passwords for every log in. Thus, one only has one password to change if a site is breached.
Another point is not trust links in emails, particularly is some email says there is a major problem with your account. Manually enter the address and see what is actually occurring.
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