It's been a bit since our last newsletter, sorry - we're both doing well, but just about everything's been disrupted. If you've been applying software updates regularly, you've got about half of what we were going to talk about, but read on for the other half of all the security news from the last few weeks.
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Tip of the week
If you have any automatic payments or saved payment methods for any of your accounts, it's worth keeping track of which payment methods are connected to which accounts. That way, when one of those accounts is breached, you can both contact the issuers for any associated payment methods and also quickly switch payment methods on any other accounts that used that one so you don't accidentally forget to pay a bill or renew a service you rely on. Since breaches are unfortunately a matter of "when," not "if," it's a lot easier to not have to track down all accounts that rely on a payment method that's involved in a breach. This is also helpful if one of your credit or debit card numbers is …