In 2006, Harvard’s Berkman Center introduced a new project: StopBadware.org, a collective effort to protect consumers from bad software and expose the people who profited from it. StopBadware was to be a collaboration between the academic community and leading technology companies, a force for transparency and openness in an increasingly siloed online environment, and a haven for users seeking information about bad software and malicious websites.
- How effective are the security questions—and answers—used to protect sensitive accounts and information? Not very, according to new Google research. Read about how easy it is for hackers and bots to guess answers to common questions, and what users can do about it.