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Is Your Password Really Protecting You?

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Hackers operate in various ways, but they’re all motivated by personal gain, and the telltale aspect of personal gain is money — your money. Whether they’re targeting your bank accounts, email ...

Hackers operate in various ways, but they’re all motivated by personal gain, and the telltale aspect of personal gain is money — your money. Whether they’re targeting your bank accounts, email addresses, or ATM pin numbers, the first step in their process is to crack your passwords. Cyber criminals are becoming more and more sophisticated, and hacking software can crack the average password in a matter of minutes.

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  • I changed all my passwords at least every other years and up to now everything was safe. I put all my passwords on a flash drive and makes it easier to get to them. Also when I need something on my flash drive then pull it out very soon. How do you stop people watching your keystrokes?
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Is Your Password Really Protecting You? Is Your Password Really Protecting You? Presentation Transcript

  • Is Your Password Really Protecting You Is Your Password Really Protecting You?
  • The History Of Passwords
  • YOUR Privacy Depends On Password Protection
  • We ALL need passwords to access our private information.
  • Multiple Passwords Are A MUST!
  • The Dos And Don’ts Of Creating A Secure Password
  • Always create strong passwords to protect yourself from cyber criminals! For more online safety tips, visit Instant Checkmate!
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