The Worst Passwords You Could Choose (And How to Avoid Them)Email This
Here are the top 20 most common passwords found on the internet in 2014, presented by SplashData's "Worst Passwords of 2014":
Another way to protect your personal information and identity online is by using a security tool like ID Vault, which will encrypt and store all your online account information so that you can access them more safely in just one click. The ID Vault SecureView™ browser opens a secure connection to financial websites and submits credentials automatically to protect users from a variety of network, key logging, screen scraping and Trojan-based attacks.
Every small step you take to secure your personal information online decreases the chances of getting your identity or information stolen, and they are all worth the extra time and energy. Fixing the issues that arise from a stolen identity can cost an enormous amount of money and valuable time. Use that money and time for something that makes you smile, instead.