Sure, it's fun to post comments on websites and converse with your fellow readers, but there's always a little danger involved. Why? Because sometimes the sites where you post those comments rile up the wrong people and wind up with a big security breach — like the one at Gawker.
One of the biggest lessons to be learned from the Gawker fiasco is this: don't use the same password everywhere.
But remembering all those different passwords is hard, yo!
Yes, it is — but there are secure tools you can use which make it so you don't have to do the remembering yourself. Apps like LastPass, OnePassword, and KeePass make creating and utilizing complex, secure passwords a trivial task. All you need to do is pick an app, create an account, and set up one really good password you can remember to protect it. Your password manager will take care of the memorizing.
Take the jump to see how easy it can be to better protect your logins online!Continue reading Three password apps to protect yourself from trouble like the Gawker database hackThree password apps to protect yourself from trouble like the Gawker database hack
Fuente: Download Squad