According to a 2016 national survey conducted by the Pew Research Center “84% of online adults rely primarily on memorization or pen and paper as their main (or only) approach to password management. In addition, 25% admit to using simple and less secure passwords to assist with memorization.”
For one reason or another, we all have to change our passwords every now and again. Perhaps a specific application requires a monthly password update; you may have forgotten your password for a particular account; or maybe there was a data breach that required a password reset.
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When Common Sense isn’t Convicing: Why password managers are beneficial, yet you’re still not using one
Few things are sacred, even less are secret. In an online centric world, personal data hacking is not only inevitable, it’s present.
When Common Sense isn’t Convicing: Why password managers are beneficial, yet you’re still not using one.
Today we’ll debunk a few more myths, including the security of biometrics and the likelihood of company employees snooping on your information.
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