How To Choose Your Password (Properly)

With the recent announcement of the Heartbleed bug in OpenSSL (http://heartbleed.com/) and its effects on secure internet traffic and what the “padlock” symbol really means, it would seem that now would be an opportune time to discuss good password policy.

While it is impossible in this day and age to guarantee that your password will never be hacked, that your details will never be stolen, for 99% of people it’s probably possible to do more to protect themselves from having their accounts or details stolen.

There are 8 basic rules you should follow (and they’re pretty easy) in everyday life to help ensure your details are safe.

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