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Start off 2022 with a little extra security!



How many of you have a sticky note with a password written on it in front of you right now? Based on a study in 2021 by NordPass, the average person has over 100 passwords. These passwords are typically similar and, in most cases, easily identifiable by an average hacker. It’s time to take control of your digital online attributes (DOA) and start securing your data. Start 2022 with getting set up with a password manager.


There are a wide variety of free and paid (as low as 1$ a month) password managers to try. Here are a few lists detailing the pros and cons of each. Many are running year end deals

which can save you a lot of money.



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trosinski9
trosinski9
Jan 11, 2022

To follow up:

An article was posted In September of 2021 and highlights the importance of password security. Password security is becoming more of an issues as it is becoming easier for hackers to gain access to Distinctive Online Attributes.


Check out the quick read for more tips and stats:

https://www.statuscake.com/blog/why-password-security-is-more-important-than-ever/

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Myork
Myork
Jan 11, 2022
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Great article, and just to highlight a quote which is relevant to all of us:


"Current figures estimate that 90% of users are worried about their passwords being hacked with 10% seemingly not concerned. Although this statistic seems like we do sound rather alarmed, current data estimates that there are over 23 million users online that have used the password “123456”. This data was collected on recorded breaches which have made password hacking an easy job. "


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trosinski9
trosinski9
Jan 09, 2022

I was going to say you could be like me and have a note book where all my passwords are stored. If interested in notebook password storage, check this article out. It talks about the "Do's and Don'ts" of passwords. It is a really easy read:

https://er.educause.edu/blogs/2015/10/8-dos-and-donts-of-good-passwords

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