How Many Passwords Can You Remember?

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Online Security, Then and Now

15 years ago, life was much simpler. You only had to remem­ber 2 or 3 passwords your debit card PIN number, computer login, and email account password and that was pretty much it. Back then your greatest security risk was getting your house robbed or your car stolen. Today, with the advent of social me­dia, e-commerce, and online banking, you face a more severe security threat than ever before.

How many passwords can you remember?

How many passwords can you remember?

How Mr. Smith Paid the Price

Let's take a look at Mr. Smith, a man to whom we can all re­late. Between work and social commit­ments, Mr. Smith leads a very busy life. He keeps in touch with his friends over Skype and Face-Time, and shares his thoughts and photos on Facebook and Twitter. He manages three personal banking ac­counts over the internet and does most of his shopping online. In total, he has more than 50 online accounts, and to make life easier (even though he's aware it's not the ideal thing to do), he uses the same password for most of his accounts.

One day Mr. Smith goes to a new shopping site and, as usual, he registers with the same password that he uses on most of his other online accounts. The site is then hacked, compromising his personal information not only on the online shopping site, as Mr. Smith would presume, but also on all the other online accounts where he uses the same password. Does this give hackers ac­cess to his email accounts? Or worse, his banking account?

Your Security is in Your Hands

Encryption standards and online security have significantly improved over time, claiming to provide the most comprehen­sive protection possible. But all this technology is useless if your passwords are not strong and well protected, just as a house with strong walls isn't safe if its locks are easy to pick.

3 Basic Security Practices to Remember

3 Basic Security Practices to Remember?

Ready for the good news? It's easy to dramatically improve your online security by applying some simple rules:

·         Never reuse the same password

·         Use a strong password, meaning one that is 8 or more characters and is alphanumerical (randomly generated is best)

·         Never write your passwords down

But these steps are easier said than done. How do you manage over 50 different online accounts without writing your pass­words down?

oneSafe - Secure Password Management

oneSafe - Secure Password Management

oneSafe is an iOS application that allows you to store all your confidential information IDs and passwords, internet ac­counts, bank details, confiden­tial documents, and personal photos safely and easily on your iPhone and iPad. Using oneSafe's password generator, you can create unique and strong pass­words, eliminating the need to write down your passwords ever again.

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