With the rise in internet usage and all of the social platforms that are now such a major piece of people’s lives a very real danger exists that your information will be compromised and or your account hacked. It happens on a daily basis, Debit card readers hacked, Facebook passwords stolen, twitter accounts hacked, email account hacked, well what can you do about it? Let’s start at the beginning and not use the list of 2012’s worst Internet passwords!
Here’s the complete list:
Next up choose a password you can remember and add symbols, numerals and upper and lowercase letters. This one step alone will help make it much more difficult to hack your accounts. My last tip: Change your passwords every 90-120 days, it is too easy to get lax in your online security but you will be the one to pay in the end, so Ninjutsu Practitioners beware!
Ps: Look at number 23: Ninja, pretty cool we make the list!