Despite the many news reports and employee security training that warn against doing so, one thing as sure as death and taxes is that computer users will use the simplest, easiest-to-remember password they can get away with. Even company employees are tempted to do so.
According to Dashlane Inc., a password management software company in New York City, a typical computer user has 130 online accounts to keep track of. However exaggerated that estimate might be, it’s clear people are becoming increasingly challenged to create and remember all of their passwords, especially the most complex but highly secure ones.
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