Today we will talk about passwords. More precisely, we will consider where to store passwords for their maximum security and how to store passwords so that they do not fall into the hands of scammers.
Losing passwords or even worse theft is a huge loss. If some rules are not followed, this can happen not only if you are connected to the Internet, it can affect even those who are not connected to the global network. To avoid theft of passwords, you need to be able to store them correctly and not enter them anywhere. Let’s look at a few rules for successfully storing passwords.
1. Delete letters that come to your mail and contain any personal data: logins, passwords, etc. Continue reading
If you decide to come up with a complex password for your mailbox, or for a page on a social network, then I won’t even wonder why this might be needed. Naturally, this procedure will protect against hacking in most cases, and those users who were attacked by crackers are unlikely to want to lose access to their accounts again.
So, to come up with a complex password, you need to understand just a few points:
complex passwords 1. Password must be long
At least 10 characters is ideal for a password. Although, you probably already noticed this, because when registering on sites, most often you can’t create a short password. Continue reading