Password management is a lot like flossing. It’s very important to do, but it can seem like an awful lot of work. Until the day that our computers let us get into everything by just seeing our faces and listening to our voices (assuming that this can be done in such a way that it can’t be hacked), we’re stuck with the idea of creating passwords for every site we use.
Because we can’t remember so many different passwords, we try to go the “easy” route and use the same password for everything, or we pick things that are too easy to guess. And that’s a very bad idea. We already know that so many websites have experienced security breaches, some of which have resulted in IDs and passwords being loose in the wild, ready for hackers to exploit.
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