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There are plenty of reasons to hate passwords. A recent Ponemon Institute study provides some insights into why many people have developed what has become known as password fatigue:

From Greg Kozera at ELM Learning:

"At the end of July last year, Adobe announced the impending death of Adobe Flash in 2020, and letting out a collective sigh of relief, most of the internet and its major browsers agreed to do the same. Google has already begun taking steps to remove Flash from their browser while the rest of the web settles in for the long goodbye.

From the FBI:

"The FBI has identified successful spearphishing campaigns directed at college and university students, especially during periods when financial aid funds are disbursed in large volumes.... [I]n January 2018... an unidentified number of students attending the University received an email requesting their login credentials for the University’s internal intranet.

As the university leadership has been closely following events and recommendations surrounding the outbreak and spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), it is important to not only stay physically healthy, but online as well. 

In a world of always-on technology, it’s difficult to determine whether the communication you’re receiving is malicious. Recently, scammers have utilized the always-on method to their advantage by calling iPhone users and pretending to be Apple support. These scam calls have been able to gain the trust of individuals by spoofing the call screen with an Apple logo and displaying ‘Apple Inc’: 

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