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Bad Consumer Security Advice

Schneier on Security

To remain anonymous and secure on the Internet, invest in a Virtual Private Network account, but remember, the bad guys are very smart, so by the time this column runs, they may have figured out a way to hack into a VPN. If you or someone you know is 18 or older, you need to create a Social Security online account.

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Keeper vs 1Password: Compare Password Managers

eSecurity Planet

And if you use the same password for all of your online accounts, you’re giving attackers access to a ton of information with very little work. Password managers , like Keeper and 1Password, make it easy for users to secure their online accounts without having to remember a different password for each of their accounts.

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What are the Benefits of a Password Manager?

Identity IQ

What are the Benefits of a Password Manager? IdentityIQ Passwords are essential when keeping your information safe on your devices. But unfortunately, many people use weak or the same password, making it easy for hackers to crack them. Research shows that 52% of people reuse passwords for multiple accounts.

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Dashlane vs. LastPass: Business Password Manager Comparison

eSecurity Planet

Dashlane and LastPass are two of the biggest names in password management software. They both provide businesses secure vaults for sensitive information, including passwords, credit card details, and personal identification numbers. Dashlane and LastPass both boast strong security profiles.

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Internet safety tips for kids and teens: A comprehensive guide for the modern parent

Malwarebytes

Keep your online accounts secure Respect your privacy Capture and share with care Take care of your data Take care of your device Be wary of certain sites and content online Be kind. Keep your online accounts secure. This is where a password manager comes in. Your password manager can help with this.

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Beyond Passwords: 2FA, U2F and Google Advanced Protection

Troy Hunt

A few people took some of the points I made in those posts as being contentious, although on reflection I suspect it was more a case of lamenting that we shouldn't be in a position where we're still dependent on passwords and people needing to understand good password management practices in order for them to work properly.

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