Privacy Is Beautiful. The Secret Keeper Password Log Tops Our Best Gift List
Smart and stealthy women adore this password protector.
Finely crafted, with a structured linen cover, this password book let’s committing your confidential and creative passwords to paper a joyous experience. Tuck it the desk drawer or safely stored somewhere private and research shows, it can be a wise alternative to putting your passwords online.
We Love This Password Book! Better than anything you'll find on Amazon-promise.
A journal for passwords and confidential information. In 3 sublime shades, this password log has alphabetized pages as well as places for your personal computer details like you IP address and pages for insurance information and notes.
The Tech Wellness Way- Best Password Tips:
Change them often! Every 90 days at least
Sentences and Paraphrases are best
No shorter than 17 characters
Don't repeat passwords on different sites- if one is hacked, your other accounts or more easily hacked
"Password" is not a great password, same for your birthday, address or kids address
Change up those "Extra security questions" with made up answers to things like, "What's your favorite food?" and "What's your mothers maiden name?" There's no law that says your bank or health insurance need the actual truth to these questions.
Remember, password generators or mangers are not completely secure- here's a recent case study
Be mindful that if someone hacks, has access to or takes your computer, their just one password away from all your passwords if they are saved on you computer
Keep your written passwords hidden in safe spot
This Perfectly Crafted Secret Keeper Password Book with Alphabet Tabs and pre-printed pages for:
Password-use this for answers to security
Security questions and answers
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