Why relying on your memory could compromise your security


Can you rely on your memory to store all of your passwords? The theory goes – if you want to be truly certain that your passwords are not lost or stolen, make sure they are only stored in your head. From your personal email accounts to the computer system in your car, hackers can disrupt your life and steal valuable information from almost any device with an internet connection. With more devices connected to the internet than ever before, the only logical place to keep your passwords and information safe is in the your brain, right? So can you rely on your…

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Why relying on your memory could compromise your security
Why relying on your memory could compromise your security



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