Creating secure passwords that you can remember

It seems like every month we hear about a new website that’s been hacked. And the number of usernames and passwords that are being hacked, de-coded, and listed for sale on the internet is growing at an alarming rate. Tons of websites have been hacked, allowing your personal information to be sold. Website we use every day, like LinkedIn and Twitter, have been targets of these attacks. But what’s important to remember is, being hacked once makes you more vulnerable to being hacked again and again, especially if you use the same password on multiple websites. Using a different password on every.single.website. is one of the most important and easiest things you can do to help keep a hack or breach from ruining […]

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