Learn how to create the best passwords that won't have you facing Identity Theft.
Hackers are getting smarter and better at what they do, it’s time for internet users to step up their game and start taking password security seriously. Here we have an infographic demonstrating how easily it could be you, and how bad being hacked could be. The worst password hacks of all time.
People have way too many passwords to manage. We have them for business and personal email accounts, for our plethora of financial institutions, to access work systems—the list goes on, and it is ever-growing. The clever among us develop tricks to subvert the password creation process: we recycle passwords across unrelated sites, vary them by one or two characters each time, and some of us (gasp!) print a list of our usernames and passwords and tuck it in our wallets for safekeeping
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The main issue with one (maybe strong) password is if you somehow lose it, cybercriminals can steal everything from your online life almost instantly. The alternatives are memory training (strong unique passwords for each account) or usage of special software to keep all passwords in a special encrypted database.
Do you share accounts with your friends? Do you let them use Netflix, Hulu Plus, or Spotify? Turns out, this can be a huge threat to your security. Seriously, check out the infographic below and you might just think twice you let a friend login with your credentials again! Via LastPass Click To Enlarge