Tag Archives: passwords

Google’s Titan Security Keys

Google’s Titan Security Keys Titan Security Keys make hardware-based two-factor authentication easy and practical for your online accounts. Google promises “the highest level of protection against phishing attacks”. Google recently wrote that its 85,000 employees have been using similar physical security keys for months and that none of them have fallen victim to phishing attacks.… Read More »

Easy Password Tips… Because Passwords Are Important

Easy Password Tips… Because Passwords Are Important! Don’t Skedaddle Away! Many of you are going to see the word password in the title and skedaddle away looking for a tip you can sink your teeth into. However if you ever have your simple, easy-to-guess password stolen – you know the password you use for every… Read More »

How to use Chrome’s Built-in Password Manager and Password Generator

Chrome’s Built-in Password Manager and Password Generator As you know, we are adamant about using strong passwords and a good password manager like LastPass. However, we know that no matter how much we harp on something some people are not going to use LastPass or RoboForm or any password manager. So we offer this as… Read More »

How to Find the Default User Name and Password Of Almost Any Router

How to Find the Default User Name and Password Of Almost Any Router New routers all come with the information you need to access the router. Some have no passwords at all, but most have default usernames and passwords you can use to access the routers settings and features.  Every router brand we know of… Read More »

Strong Passwords Made Easy

Strong Passwords Made Easy We have preached and preached about using a good password manager like LastPass (or pick any good password manager) to create and manage passwords,. But we have finally realized that many of you are still not using a password manager and you’re never going to. But we can’t begin to tell… Read More »

2017’s Worst Passwords

2017’s Worst Passwords We have written numerous articles, like this one, on why using strong passwords is so important. Unfortunately, apparently many people don’t take us (and many others) seriously. The top 3 passwords for 2017 and the same top three passwords for 2015 and 2016 also. 123456 Password 12345678 Really? None of you are… Read More »