Tuesday, August 9, 2011




In this op-ed, a cybersecurity researcher argues that major companies are leaving customers at risk by not enforcing security by default. The opinions expressed here do not necessarily represent the opinions of Ars Technica.
Major social networks, e-mail providers, and communications companies offer products with insecure default settings, needlessly exposing their customers to hacking, identity theft, and...

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