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I'm telling you what, since FB came along I'm not sure we're as safe as we used to be. lol I check my daughters' accounts constantly to make sure they haven't posted something unknowingly with TMI and I am constantly telling them to remove things their friends have posted that could lead someone right to our front door. I am completely stunned that level of highly personal information that people don't realize they are giving out for all the world to see.
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Great article Poppy!
I've got different passwords for different types of accounts, and change them on a regular basis. The shortest password is 8 letters+numbers long, the longest 18. I've got 8 passwords going on right now, which explains why I often forget which is which. I'd rather forget a password and have to reset it than have accounts hacked - not only email, but for anything online, especially the ones that have account details on it such as credit card numbers.Unfortunately a lot of people think that too much of a hassle to change one's password, or that people are exaggerating the dangers or thinking that it only happens to other people.
Here's another article on choosing passwords.