So, it’s the big question . . . Where do you store all your passwords so that they are safe and accessible?
I cannot believe that in this day and age, people are still using a scrap of paper, or an old notebook, to store their passwords.
Most of us certainly cannot leave this to memory, as we literally have dozens, if not hundreds of passwords to remember.
Enter the solution for the 21st century . . .
But despite that, I still had someone tell me last week that they had to grab “that old exercise book” to find their password for something.
So I want to say it yet again . . .
Please use a password storage and retrieval system like LastPass
It will help you to:
- generate secure passwords
- safely store and retrieve passwords
- auto-fill fields on websites
- asks to save new passwords when you enter them
- reduce all of your passwords to 1 master-password
- passwords available on all your devices ($12 p.a.)
I found Lastpass and have been using it now for a several years.
And apart from the multi-device option, it is free to use . . . so there really is no excuse!
Well, that is quite simple really!
Watch this short VIDEO
LastPass Password Security
LastPass Is The Password Manager That Hackers Hate
What should you do now?
- Go here and get a free account – https://lastpass.com/f?3656646
- And then start storing your passwords.
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Security is mostly a superstition.
It does not exist in nature, nor do the children of men as a whole experience it.
Avoiding danger is no safer in the long run than outright exposure.
Life is either a daring adventure, or nothing.
~ Helen Keller
Remember – Where do you store all your passwords