Protect your online passwords

Many times when fixing a clients computer I ask for a password and then they say, “I use that password for everything”. Why let yourself be venerable to theft.
These days everyone has a LinkedIn account, a Facebook profile, Twitter feed an does online banking.
It’s a one-stop shopping for identity thieves!
Having a unique password for every site is unrealistic, but use a series of several passwords and save your best for the most critical sites.
Password managers can help.
KeePass is a free open-source password manager or safe which helps you to manage your passwords in a secure way.

With the ability to put all your passwords on a single computer or a removable drive. All passwords are stored in a database with secure encryption algorithms currently known (AES-256 and Twofish).

Imagine all you need to do is remember the Master password, it’s that easy.
Why You Should Care: There is no excuse to say I can not remember my password. One password and they have access to all your information.

KeePass is simple to use. And FREE.

All-ways remember to backup the Database.kdb file.

Steven Jarvie
IT Consultant