One of the simplest ways to stay safe online is to practice good password hygiene. For each service and site you use, you should make sure that you use a different password which contains a combination of numbers and special characters, and isn’t based on any dictionary words. Where possible, you should back this up with sturdy two-factor authentication. Probably the biggest reason why people reuse the same weak passwords is because it’s hard to remember different complex ones. It’s for this reason why there’s a flourishing market for password managers, with companies like LastPass, LogMeOnce, and DashLane all thriving….
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