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Cybersecurity experts recommend that you have a different password for all of your accounts. With the average user having close to 200 accounts, remembering a unique password for each one seems impossible AND ridiculous when I can’t even remember phone numbers anymore (Yes, there was a time when people actually did that). So, it’s no surprise that we resort to the easiest way possible to keep track of our passwords. 

What is the easiest way, you ask? Storing them on your device, obviously. Admit it, you know you’ve done it at some point. We all have. Whether it’s in a note on your phone, a spreadsheet or you let your web browser save them for you, it’s just not a good idea because they are still connected to the internet. Storing passwords on your device may be convenient but in reality, it’s not safe considering they can still be reached by bad actors, and I don’t mean Steven Seagal. It’s very important to keep in mind that anything connected to the internet can be hacked.

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PRESS RELEASE: Game-changing password management solution, Stash, keeps your passwords offline and in your control. 

Elsi Inc., the creators of Stash, announced today the official launch of their innovative password manager that generates unique, complex passwords for you and stores them on an encrypted card that you simply tap to your mobile phone to log into an account. While other password managers store your passwords in the cloud or on your connected device, making them vulnerable to bad actors, Stash ensures your passwords are secure, stored offline...

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Having your web browser remember your passwords may be convenient but it comes with security risks. Be very careful when checking the “Remember password” box because it could put your information at risk in exchange for convenience. See the 3 important reasons why you shouldn’t do it.

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Online users are often at risk of having their data exposed because they commit common password mistakes. Since passwords aren’t going away any time soon we compiled a list of common mistakes to avoid to help keep your data more secure.  So, how can you avoid these common password mistakes? 

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