“Danger, danger, Will Robinson.” Heed the warning. It’s that voice in your head shouting out, reminding you not to use the same passwords for different accounts even though many of us still do.
Consider that Google recently found 1.5% of passwords are still being used even after a user has been hacked. And more than 22 million unique passwords were made public on a popular hacker forum earlier this year. The numbers are staggering.
Read more on the importance of password protection in this extremely urgent post from the SoS Daily News.