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Guest DavidH10

Good to reinforce, but it should be normal practise to have a different password on EVERY different security domain.


There are just so many stories of people having important access compromised by using the same password on some unimportant site that has been breeched.


If you are having trouble remembering passwords, you may be interested in using a password manager like KeePass, as not only can it keep your passwords safe and enable you to copy / paste into login dialogs, but it can also generate random passwords for you, which are the strongest. You just select the types of characters to include (a-z) (A-Z) (0-9), (symbols) etc and the length of the password wanted. It will even keep the site URL so you can launch your browser from a secured URL, rather than one that is open to being changed by malware.



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