Strong passwords are not safe anymore. There have been numerous news on data comprise, with usernames, email IDs and passwords being leaked to the general public. Amongst various hacks, a few famous leaks include Disqus’ breach in October of 2017 and LinkedIn’s breach in May of 2016. The internet as we know it isn’t safe anymore. Given the importance of personal information published on one’s internet accounts, it’s extremely important to have 2 step verification enabled for all your internet accounts.
In a recent report, word is that Amazon India gets a wallets license authorized by RBI and might begins operations soon. The news comes of MediaNama, and is reportedly confirming that Amazon India now is one of the 84 companies to have got this license to operate payments in India. With this, Amazon can handle customers’ money in a closed environment, within Amazon and their partners, for purchasing goods. The license is reportedly issued to Amazon on March 22 of 2017 and is valid until March 31 of 2022.