> Are you at risk of being hacked?

May 7, 2020 4:02 pm

Today is #WorldPasswordDay. Do you use the same password over and over again? Hopefully not, but if you do, and a hacker gets access to one of the accounts they can get access to all of them.  Hackers are buying compromised user data online on hacker websites, and either trying those login credentials at other sites, or they are attempting to blackmail users via a scam email. Therefore, it is strongly recommended that everyone use unique passwords on every website, but remembering all of those passwords is virtually impossible. A very good solution is to use a password manager program.

There are numerous password manager programs available. Most have you remember one password, then keep the others locked away in a password “vault”. Some keep the password “vault” file on your device locally, others are cloud based which allows them to be used on multiple devices. I looked for one that was easy to use, worked on multiple operating systems (Windows, Android, Apple iOS), had positive reviews, and had a good free version as well as a premium version. I have been using LastPass for a over a year now, and have installed it for many customers. I have received positive feedback from those who have been using it.  

If you are interested in having me install and demo LastPass Password Manager program, please contact me at (920) 735-1806 to setup an appointment.

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