Passwords are like underwear: you need them to protect your privacy, but you don’t want anyone to see them. Unfortunately, passwords are also like underwear: they get dirty, they wear out, and they need to be changed often.
Here are some tips on how to use secure passwords without losing your mind:
Don’t use your name, your pet’s name, your birthday, or anything else that can be easily guessed or found online. Unless you want hackers to know everything about you, including your favourite colour and your mother’s maiden name.
Using secure passwords is not easy, but it is necessary. If you follow these tips, you can protect your online accounts and your sanity. Remember: passwords are like underwear: keep them clean, keep them fresh, and keep them to yourself.
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