Last week, the credit reporting agency Equifax announced that malicious hackers had leaked the personal information of 143 million people in their system. That's reason for concern, of course, but if a hacker wants to access your online data by simply guessing your password, you're probably toast in less than an hour. Now, there's more bad news: Scientists have harnessed the power of artificial intelligence (AI) to create a program that, combined with existing tools, figured more than a quarter of the passwords from a set of more than 43 million LinkedIn profiles. Yet the researchers say the technology may also be used to beat baddies at their own game.Source: sciencemag
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a rapidly-developing technology that's more often associated with automation and friendly robots that will cater to kids' educational needs and emotionally-lost adults. It is also a technology that shows great potential in the realms of cybersecurity. Or, as some researchers have found, be quite the threat to security.Source: sensorsmag
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