Here’s a nifty free password manager called Password Dragon. It’s platform independent and can run on a thumb drive. You can store all your passwords in one place and just have to remember one master password. It includes a random password generator. Remember, always use strong passwords of ten characters or more. And don’t use pet names, dictionary words and a number or any part of your business name in a password. The advantage to random password generators is that you avoid all of these no noes.
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by Todd Bannor | Jul 3, 2012 | Tips and Tricks