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  • The Bible says that 'Jesus' is mighty to save, but not from on line hackers!

  • On the Internet you use passwords to look up your bank account, get mail, access Facebook or Twitter,

  • buy the latest best seller from Amazon, and many other tasks... each that requires a password.

  • We tend to use passwords that are easy to remember without considering their security strength.

  • By doing so, we are making the hackers job that much easier to steal money from our accounts, private information from our records, and even our identity.

  • Using hard to break passwords is as important as locking your car while shopping at the mall. Protect yourself from the numerous bad guys on the web by taking a few simple steps.

  • never send your password via email

  • instant message are posted on social media sites

  • Don't use your name or those of your spouse, kids, or pets as passwords

  • Change all of your passwords at least twice a year

  • Don't use passwords that could be cracked by looking at your Facebook page.

  • Never disclose your passwords in response to an email or a phone call

  • use some type of passport management program

  • of course you have to remember the password for that

  • Here are the most common passwords people use.

  • If you use ANY of them, change your password immediately.

The Bible says that 'Jesus' is mighty to save, but not from on line hackers!

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Weak Passwords: "Jesus" Can't Save You From Password Hackers

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    Josh Chen posted on 2013/01/10
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