Best Password Manager for the Elderly?

The best password manager for the elderly or less techie people is pen and paper. There is no need to overcomplicate it or force anyone to use tech they don’t need or understand. It’s okay to write down your passwords so long as you keep them safe. Why Pen And Paper? Where you store your …

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How To Make A Master Password For Your Password Manager

The most important aspect of a password manager is its master password. Your master password is what protects your vault so it needs to be strong. What makes for a strong master password is often very confusing, and far too many people get it wrong. We have taught people to make passwords that are hard …

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Accounts Hacked – Here’s What You Do

Here is what you need to do if your online accounts are being hacked. Install and run Malwarebytes. You don’t need to pay for it, but you do need to run it to make sure you don’t have any malware on your computer that is stealing your passwords. Use a different web browser. If you …

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Peppering Your Passwords In Your Password Manager: How-To Guide

If you don’t trust password managers or fear “putting all your eggs in one basket” then the peppering method is for you. Note: Peppering your passwords also have been called salting, secret salt, double-blind passwords, and password splitting but peppering is the more correct term so that is what we’ll use. How To Pepper Your …

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How to Find What Websites You Have Accounts With

If you’ve had an account breached or guilty of reusing passwords you will find yourself needing to know what other accounts you signed up for so you can change the passwords to them too. The problem you’ll run into is that there is not one place that stores all the usernames or emails you used …

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