Your Ultimate Guide to Password Security
In a recent PCMag survey on passwords, only 24 percent of respondents reported using a password manager. The rest of you have a serious problem. It's almost certainly true that you are using passwords that are easy to remember, which makes them easy to crack. Furthermore, the plethora of sites you visit that require logins probably means that you recycle the same passwords over and over, too. Maybe you think that securing your online accounts is unimportant, or too much trouble. Trust us, that's not the case. Using bad passwords can have serious consequences.
Google Advanced Protection Program: Everything you need to know by androidcentral.com
Google takes account security very seriously. You may be giving up more of your privacy than you like by using Google services and hardware, but that's not the same thing as account security — and Google takes some pretty big steps to keep unauthorized users out of your account. The company also has some tools and policies designed to keep youfrom letting an unauthorized user in, like Chrome blocking websites that host malicious content. Google depends on you trusting them with your personal data as its business model. Playing fast and loose with security is a great way to lose that trust and Google knows it.