My co-workers have been brilliant lately!
In light of the recent Yahoo! Usermame/password data breach my co-worker sent a firm wide email with the best password advice I have ever seen.
I feel compelled to share. Because I am a good sharer :)
OK here it is… use a pass phrase instead of a password. So, instead of using the password kim635 which can easily be cracked you would use something like this “obadrtwb” which would be the first letter of each word in the phrase “one bad apple doesn’t ruin the whole bunch.”
How much fun it that? It’s practically impossible to crack and so very easy to remember.