Nothing drives me crazy more than seeing people’s passwords unsecured and publicly displayed on their devices. People just don’t realize that their privacy, confidentiality and money are at risk. Passwords should never be stored on notes and memo apps but rather on specialized secure softwares.
I’ve seen so many crazy homemade recipes for storing and hiding passwords, these old school methods used to work in the early computer days but don’t do the trick anymore. Till date, many people still store their pin numbers on their address book under a specific John Doe name, others organize them on an excel sheet, some write their passwords on an internal page of a book, but the vast majority simply keep all their passwords unprotected in the native Memo / Notes app on their mobile devices.
I know that people prefer free apps, but if there is something worth your money, that would be your security. There are three key steps to protecting your passwords:
1- CREATE A STRONG PASSWORD:
2- USE A PASSWORD MANAGER SOLUTION
3- CHOOSE THE PAYMENT MODEL THAT FITS YOUR NEEDS:
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