How Secure Are Your Passwords? [infographic]

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In last week’s post, Christopher Wallace shared some valuable information about online security, including the importance of making sure your online passwords can’t easily be guessed by others. Unfortunately, many people still take this subject lightly.

For a visual demonstration, check out this infographic from our friends at Lifelock:

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Pretty scary stuff, isn’t it?

Makes me pretty glad that I use RoboForm to generate random passwords for each new account I create and to store them securely on my computer!

How do you protect your personal information?

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  1. Avatar Jared on February 17, 2015 at 5:06 am

    100 trillion guesses per second? That is the biggest pile of bullsh*t I have ever read in my life. Where on earth did you get that information from?

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