Having unique passwords on all important accounts is not enough. Sometimes one breached account can led to larger damage anyway, even if all your passwords are different. The trick is simple, but so is the cure, luckily.
Ok, so there’s something wrong with my mail account. Someone is attempting to reset my password. Let’s fix it before my mail stops working. This is how one of the most common cyber attacks starts. You should know how to recognize it.
Passwords should be unique, long and complex, and easy to remember. Oops, that sounds hard! Relax, there are ways to make this work without being an über-human with unlimited memory.
Your password is the key to your account, and to security. But what are the most important rules for creating and handling passwords? No, it’s not to maximize length and complexity.
Covering a laptop’s camera is a frequently repeated advice. It’s supposed to stop spies. But how likely is it to really be targeted? No, spies will probably go for other things.