Over the years, as Internet usage has grown and cyber-threats have increased, so has the need for more stringent passwords. Are your password habits out of date? Here are the basic rules of password safety: never reuse a password, never put personal info in a password, make them long, don’t use words you can find in a dictionary, don’t share them, use a password manager, and use two-factor authentication (2FA) whenever possible. For more tips on teaching password safety to kids, here is this week’s crop of website recommendations.
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