Password strategies are various ways to use your brain and simple notes as the only storage
medium for all your passwords needs.
Password Managers are software that store all your passwords and automatically fill form fields for
you. By using a password manager, you can create one really strong password, and then let the software
automatically generate super strong random passwords for all the other sites.
Password Strength Checkers
Strength checkers help you to validate strong passwords. These are not perfect and
normally don't check for dictionary words, so use them with caution.
Password hashers run weak passwords through algorithms embedding site names to create complex hashed passwords.
For example, healthypasswords.com with the password 123456abc, becomes hekyPoOSr7U.
Password worksheets are templates you use to device an overall password strategy.
Good Security Sites
Sites listed here are great security related sites geared towards regular people.
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If webmail is where password reset messages go, it must be treated as a highest risk level site. Currently Gmail is the only wemail offering free multi-factor authentication.
Other Website Security
Many sites offer robust security. Knowing how to configure those sites is not always obvious. This section will help you navigate.
The best password system in the world won't help you if you insecurely use and store your
passwords. This section will teach good password management practices.
Password journals are small notebooks formatted for organizing your passwords. They
all have a-z indexed pages for web sites. Some have special sections for common network devices.
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If you have not heard, short urls can be dangerous. Try our new URL expander.
It includes Googles Safe Browsing information on every search.
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