Hashed and Salted and Peppered, Oh My!

Security breaches are becoming a fact of life. We may be tempted to just discard a company’s official notification about a breach, especially when it’s couched in legalese and technical terms. But it’s worth reading such notifications so that you can determine what the company did to protect your information—and what actually happened to cause the breach.

This guide from CNET can help you understand the terms typically used in a data breach notification.

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