Your passwords for personal accounts, social networks and emails should be changed every three to six months, warned IT specialist Pavel Myasoedov. In a conversation with News.ru, he pointed out that the most unreliable combinations for entering pages are those passwords that contain the user’s personal data.
We are talking, for example, about the date of birth or car number – most often this data is either in the public domain or known to a wide range of people. Modern technologies are capable of selecting a password automatically based on a number of data.
In addition to regularly changing your password, it is important to use two-factor authentication.
Previously, hackers attacked the resources of Sony Corporation, stole personal data of thousands of users and leaked it to the public. More details read the material Public News Service.
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