10.7.2016 - The Password Problem

How many times have you forgotten one of your many passwords for a cooking website, Netflix login, email, newsletter or your fantasy football league? If you’re like most people, you’ve forgotten a few so far this year. Maybe you use the same or a nearly identical password for some of those services. Sometimes it’s as simple as “12345” and other times it can be “JohnDoeNetflix” and “JohnDoeGmail.” Today, we face a password problem — and it’s big. Not only do we struggle to remember many different passwords, but we also create unnecessary vulnerabilities when we use simple or similar passwords. Sometimes a user who doesn’t value creating a secure password can take down the most robust system. ...


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