Trying to remember passwords for all your applications and devises can drive you crazy. You leave them on stickies on your computer display, under the keyboard, or in your top drawer.
And to add insult to injury, we choose passwords that we think are easy to remember. But, they are also easy for hackers in the dark web to access your data as well.
Here is a list of passwords that you should never ever use:
With cyber crime on the rise, take the time to create a line of defense with a strong password that contains at least eight characters, letters (upper and lower), symbols (such as #, e.g., ! , ?), numbers, and the longer the better.
You might also look into applications for one password that assigns your password to all your applications and devises.
Take the time to sure up your cyber defense starting with this first step.
Source: Steadfast Clash