Most people are too lax about passwords.
Some people have a sticky note on their computer with their password. (not good!)
And some people use easy-to-guess passwords like “123456” or “password.”
(we know this because every year there are lists published ranking the top passwords that people use).
Look, everyone wants life to be easier. A
nd keeping track of passwords is a pain.
But getting you bank account siphoned down by a hacker is more than a pain.
It’s a monumental disaster.
So, if you want to be safer as you cruise around the Internet, do a better job of managing your passwords.
The best way to do that is to use a password manager.
Here’s a short video about using password mangers
(watch it then scroll down for my recommendation on which password manager to use).
I agree that LastPass is the best option for most folks who don’t yet have a password manager.
It’s free for most of the features you’d want, and it’s easy to use.
Sometimes a password manager can trip you up but it’s still the best option.
Recently, I did a webinar on how to avoid the small problems with password managers.
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