There is a commercial out there, I forget which company it is for at this time, that uses the premise that they can’t lie on the internet, aka, everything you read on the internet is true. Well, hopefully we know that the premise is false. The can lie on the internet.
However, the same type of thought is out there regard computer security. Many people are saying if you don’t do A, B, or C your computer is safe. Or the thought I ain’t worth the time because there isn’t anything important on my computer. Well, you might be SAFER if you don’t do A,B or C on your computer, but you are still can be attacked. Also, many hackers love small targets (people with very little to none information to steal) because they usually are poorly protected. Even a simple email address can be turned into a tool for a hacker.
If you are like me, you can create wonderfully secure passwords that you think you will never forget. However, when it comes time to enter them, your mind draws a blank. Earlier I wrote about using a password vault such as Keypass.
I came across this article by Kevan Lee on Lifehacker entitled, “Four Methods to Create a Secure Password You’ll Actually Remember.” Kevan covers what makes up a good password, common passwords that are now part of every hacker’s arsenal, as well as 4 different methods of creating passwords. Also covered is a few ways to check if how secure is your password as well as password management.
No one likes poor customer service. However, it always isn’t the person whom you are talking to fault. I know from my sales experience often the person on the front line is limited what he/she can do. You need to get to the people at the top that can make decisions… here are so