[/giphy smartphone] I was reading about new things some malware for Android could do now and was planning on writing this post myself for here, but then this popped into my news feed and well, if it ain't broke.. Remember, not all malware is interested ... [/giphy yahoo.com] Um, this bad. How bad is it? Well, that will depend on if you have ever had a Yahoo! account. And if you use that password from that account any where else. I also advise that you do NOT trust any email from anyone with a yahoo.com e... I'm not feeling super good right now, but heres a good and informative article about password management and some good options for your computer and/or phone. TLDR, just get a password manager and start using random 17 letter-number-symbol passwords and u... [ZAP] is easy to use. Navigate to the web page and type in the name of an app you want to check and wait for the results. If ZAP doesn’t pull up any results, you can run a manual scan by pasting in the web address to the app in either the Apple App Store ... To be fair, the publisher of this is a password management service. But they have a point. Besides the infographic is pretty. What kind of passwords do you use?
- The minimum required. All are pretty much the same.0 votes0%
- 10 letters, 2 numbers, a symbol. It is a bit more than most minimums and Google said it was strong.0 votes0%
- Random. Everything is different for each site.0 votes0%
- I try to use a phrase with numbers subbing for some letters.0 votes0%
- I use a password storing app like LastPass.1 votes100%
- Mom's maiden name, dog's birthday, my favorite beer, plus my favorite number. No one knows these things.0 votes0%