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Announcing a Free WordPress Plugin to Protect Your User Passwords

One of the most common ways a Wordpress site is breached is via user passwords. Protect yourself with this free plugin that replaces salting and hashing.

Rebecca YarbroughApril 11th, 2019
2 months
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Announcing PureKit, a New SDK for Protecting Passwords and Sensitive Data in Storage

PureKit replaces password hashing with a solution that prevents brute-force attacks on passwords and sensitive data stored in the database, and allows developers to instantly render a stolen database useless without any inconvenience to the end users. The Virgil Security PureKit SDK makes implementing PHE’s advanced cryptography possible to the average developer.

Rebecca YarbroughMarch 18th, 2019
3 months
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Highload++ 2018: Make Passwords Great Again!

Alexey Ermishkin will be at HighLoad++ presenting new technology that leverages cryptography to keep hackers away from your users' passwords.

Alexey ErmishkinNovember 5th, 2018
7 months
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Telegram’s New Passport Service is Vulnerable to Brute Force Attacks

Based on our review of the open source Passport code, Telegram failed at “rolling their own crypto” again, opening the door for attacks - from within and without - on users' highly sensitive users documents.

Alexey ErmishkinAugust 1st, 2018
11 months
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Virgil Security Launches Pythia to End Password Breaches

Introducing Pythia Service, finally solving the password breach problem by preventing offline attacks and rendering stolen passwords useless.

Rebecca YarbroughMay 24th, 2018
1 year