January 24, 2012
Uh… an important reason to make sure your Facebook and other internet passwords are secure, Pastor…
Don’t be this guy.
Tags: Facebook, Pastor, uh-oh
There’s a very nice online utility that lets you generate and store secure passwords easily. As a web developer, I’ve got several hundred passwords, and I use the application, called LastPass, to generate unique, strong paswords for all of my sites. It can also maintain – securely – credit / debit card information, or any other kind of information. All you need to remember is one master password, and you can log into your ‘vault’ and get the information when you need it.
There’s also a plugin (actually different ones for each browser) that will automatically fill your username and passwords on sites. There’s also an auto-submit feature.
The application also has several layers of security, which helps keep your data secure.
Oh, and I forgot to mention that the basic version is free (there’s an entreprise edition which lets you share and synchronize some or all of your passwords across your organization.
And, since it’s web based, it’s available anywhere you have internet – including your smartphone (there’s an app for that…)
The website for LastPass is lastpass.com. They also make a fantastic product (again, free) called xMarks, which lets you sync bookmarks between browsers. That’s a xmarks.com, but there’s a link on the LastPass website as well.
Hope this helps!
Why did it take so long for him to talk about it? He could’ve simply said “someone hacked the Facebook account, so please defriend it ASAP. Thanks!”
And is that three bibles up there?
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