Tag: security (page 1 of 2)

The Mad Libs Method of Creating Secure Passwords

I have had this post sitting in my draft folder for many months half completed. This past weekend I saw that brownstudy.info posted Creating random passphrases for stronger passwords, which reminded me to finally complete this post.

In 2014 … [continue reading]

Change Your Security Question Answers

I mentioned this briefly in another post, but I thought it was important enough to cover again. The sensitive financial accounts you have often will use security questions to prevent unauthorized people from accessing your account. This may have … [continue reading]

Newsletter #4 – Security

It has been a while since Newsletter #3 – Eliminate. For #4, I wanted to take a break from fitness and nutrition for one issue and focus on a topic that we can all benefit from. With all the … [continue reading]

Securing My Email Inbox Part 2

In my last post I used the Dashlane “Inbox Scan” tool to find any emails that I have archived that point to online accounts. Many of these emails also included the saved passwords. This means if someone had gotten access … [continue reading]

Securing My Email Inbox

I thought I was done posting about security, but I realized today after using a brand new service that I have a security leak. Before I go into what I found, I want to link to my other three posts … [continue reading]

Even More Security

A few weeks ago I was getting ready to walk in a coffee shop, so I reached down to pull out my wallet. It wasn’t there. In my rush to leave the house, I grabbed my old cell phone instead … [continue reading]