How to make your passwords safely Importance of passwords

Importance of passwords
You may have lots of passwords that's being used for websites, devices, or other stuffs.
We are going to tell you about how to make passwords safely.
But before we learn how to make our passwords safely, let's learn why passwords are so important.

In modern days, people are using their passwords for lots of things.

People use password for....

Bank, Facebook, google, electronic devices, and other stuffs like bicycle.

If you make your password easily, then many people will be able to go in websites with your account, and other people will know your privacy stuffs like where you live, who your friends are, your job much more stuffs. Bad people can trick you with those things, so you have to make your password safely.

SO, how do we keep our passwords safely?

1. Use a different password for every website you visit.

We know it seems like password overload but it is a lot less work than dealing with getting hacked.

2. Use a combination of upper case, lower case, numbers and symbols.

The more original you are the better. According to Norton, some of the most common passwords created by online users last year were password, 123456, qwerty, 111111 and monkey.

3. Change your passwords every three months.

4. If it's hard to remember all your passwords, try a password manager.

Free apps include Dashlane, Password Box and Last Pass.

In the wake of the Heartbleed bug, Password Managers are an essential tool to keep your passwords safer.

5. Make sure your computer has an anti-virus program.

Several companies offer some sort of all-in-one suite of protections. Some of the more popular ones are Avast,Bitdefender, Norton, Webroot,McAfee and Kaspersky.

6. Set up two-step log-ins

Two-step authentication asks you to sign in with your password, and then add a second sign-in — a numeric code sent by text, e-mail or a phone call. Think of it as a double password.


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