Use Login Software To Remember Passwords
One of the darker ironies of online security is that the most secure passwords are the ones that are hard to remember, and never used twice. In other words, they’re the passwords you’re most likely to forget, either locking you out of a given account, or tempting you to revert to some common or easily crackable (or guessable) version. So as you race to change passwords across your entire online life, start using login software that automatically stores passwords. LastPass is one of the best choices, a free plug-in that attaches to your browser, and remembers all of the unique passwords you use, after watching you enter them a single time, as well as gathering them in a vault that you can access from just about anywhere. LastPass will likely never be breached by hackers, so the trick is to come up with a truly unbreakable password for the free service — thus the service’s name, a reference to the last password you’ll ever need.