Making Technology Work for You by fionagiulia
-- Use a combination of both uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers and special characters when possible. -- Longer passwords are more complicated and thus stronger. If a website allows for passwords between six to eight characters, make sure to take advantage of the longer character allowance. -- Refrain from using personal dates, such as birthdays, or names, such as those of your spouse or child. This information can be discovered by people within your social circle, as well as hackers, so creating codes around words you'll remember makes for stronger passwords, rather than full words or names. -- Do not use the same password across multiple accounts. For example, if you have created a password for online banking, do not use that same password to access your work or personal email account.
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