eBook Review: The Password Management Guide

Let's be honest.  Most people have a small set of passwords they reuse on multiple websites.  They come up with a password they think is secure, but by reusing the password on multiple sites, a compromise of one account results in a compromise of the rest.

But nobody would want to hack you, right?  Wrong.  There's a lot of value in a compromised account.

  • Do you use Amazon.com? A compromised account can order goods and have them shipped to a different address.
  • Do you use PayPal? A compromised account could wipe out your bank account.
  • Do you email family and friends? A compromised account could be used by scammers to trick your family and friends into sending money through Western Union to the scammer overseas.
  • Do you use social networking? A compromised account could be used to spam your friends
But remembering multiple, complex passwords is hard!!!!

It doesn't have to be.

I was very impressed by the information contained within The Password Management Guide.

The guide covers the following topics and more:

  • Dangers of password re-use
  • How to create a secure password
  • Examples of available password manager programs
  • Two-factor Authentication
  • How to monitor to see if your password has been compromised
I found the guide very well written, and it should be extremely useful to anyone regardless of "tech savvy" level.

And the good news is, for a limited time you can get the 35 page eBook FREE!

Download Here!

Do you like the guide? Hate it? Feel free to let me know in the comments section below.

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