Many of us who work in the Internet/Web Development business have this preoccupation with safety and privacy. People from other professions sometimes think we are pushing it too far, and that maybe we have become over protective of our websites and web applications.
But it takes just one malfunction, one little virus attack to destroy something build with years. So we must be really careful. Wise IT people always have a backup of their information, and also at least once a month test their security and t ry to figure out better security strategies.
This is a good practice for anyone that is working or spending a lot of time online, you should always be careful with your online security and be selective about the pages you open. Also it's wise to not open suspicious mails or to click on suspicious links.
So let us share with you some useful info.
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Change your passwords about once a month. - Although we do not all do it, consider that this action, although effective, is the one that would reassure you the most. Plus, it only takes a few minutes. You should also choose longer passwords, between 8 and 16 characters.
- Never show your passwords to others - Use one password per service - Change your passwords regularly - Don't click on just anything or any link - Never give your maiden’s name in response to control questions - If you use a password management application, make sure you never enable the remember me option
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