Let’s talk about the primary tool of security: passwords. Security is largely derived from setting, maintaining, and changing passwords as necessary, as well as limiting the resources a user is allowed to see by using password-protection. Passwords should be simple or common enough for you to remember, but difficult for anyone else to guess. We favor using themes, such as a favorite book or a movie character or title, or misspelling common words using phonetics, such as “rool” instead of “rule.”

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