We all use so many usernames and passwords… how do we keep up? More importantly, how do we keep them safe, and even more important, how do we remember them without using the same ones?(Learn how to RoboForm)
It is virtually impossible to use highly secure passwords such as 12uHY&er56oo32 and be able to remember them right? Now you do not have too… and you can access it from ANYWHERE using a Secure System called RoboForm.
This is INTERNET GURU tested and used by some of the smartest online users on the planet! This is a must have for anyone with multiple email accounts, multiple access accounts to work systems, social media platforms, websites, shopping sites, and everything else we are now relying on more than ever.
Literally never forget your access information to any site or web system again.
Do you buy from an online store every once in awhile? No problem… with Roboform, you will never need to worry about forgetting it… it will be securely accessible to you when you need it.
From your PC, Phone, Work PC, Home PC, or even when you are needing access from another computer.
A little advice when setting up user names and passwords online:
Disguise your online identity. If your real name in Mary Smith try to avoid using email accounts with names like email@example.com when dealing with people you don’t know and trust. If you were born in 1972 don’t chose firstname.lastname@example.org as your email account.
Use different level passwords. Use one password for your personal information, use another for your business accounts and a third for your disposable email accounts or mailing lists you sign up for. Don’t use sequential passwords like password1 for personal use password2 for business, and password 3 for disposable accounts.
Use strong passwords. Don’t use your birthdates, year you were married, or your children’s birthdates. Avoid choosing passwords that consist entirely of letters or numbers. Also try to avoid using passwords that are actual words. The best passwords are mnemonic phrases like “my father ate three apples for breakfast”. Take the first letter of each word and convert the number into numbers and you end up with “mfa3a4b”.
Rotate your passwords. You should change your passwords every 6 to 12 months. If you suspect your passwords have been compromised change them as a safety precaution. Using RoboForm makes cautionary actions much easier.