Using a strong password to protect your WordPress blog and anywhere else you log-in Online is essential. Hard to crack passwords tighten your Internet security and help reduce the risk of hacker attacks.
Here's some strong password tips from ThreatPost Editor Paul Roberts talking to Senior Security Researcher David Emm about common mistakes most users make with passwords and how to avoid them.
Be sure to check out the full article for this video at ThreatPost:
Password Security Do's and Don'ts http://threatpost.com/en_us/blogs/password-security-dos-and-donts-050411?sms_ss=gmail&at_xt=4dc45122f33a274e%2C0
Protecting your WordPress sites with strong passwords is a no-brainer, but how many of us do it the easy way? When I started my first website in 1999, I used easy passwords so I could remember them. Boy, did I learn the hard way.
Make sure you take the time to create unique strong passwords and change them ofen for your WordPress blog, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, gmail and anywhere else you log-in. In other words, if your Twitter gets hacked, you don't want to use the same password so your WordPress site gets hacked too.
So NEVER use the same password twice (aka recycled passwords).
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