How many accounts do you have that use the same password? For example, your dogs name, your anniversary or birthday, your address? The most-used password found in data breaches is still “123456” and “password” is second.  If you are one of the many, It’s not your fault! Creating and memorizing a unique password for each account you have is impossible. That’s what computers are good for and many experts recommend using a password manager.

A password manager can solve the problem for you – it creates and stores unique passwords for all your sites and enters them as needed. No need to remember! They also protect against phishing sites as they will only allow the password to be used at the authenticated site. Want more info on the best password managers for 2020? Click here.