The Password Book. Protect Your Private Passwords The Best Way Possible.
The digital age has brought with it, passwords. So many passwords!
And we know each one should be unique and hard to guess to protect our privacy. Many experts recommend using a password generator or online password service. But password generators can and have been hacked. And we really don't like saving them to our browser as someone could hack into your Chrome or your browser account and access all your passwords.
Let's face it, there's no guarantee that anything online stays private. That's why we think analog password-protection is best, that's why we adore this little book.
This ingenious password protector book makes remembering your password easy and relieves so much stress. You can keep it safely stored somewhere private. You might even find that once you write your password down, you actually remember it. Research shows we're more likely to remember what we write on paper. But either way, you'll have it in reach with this password book.
A place for your passwords- easily within hands reach. Easy to hide and easy to find any password anytime.
We love this small aluminum book, because it's durable and protective. About the size of an index card, it's easily stored or you can drop it in your bag and take it with you. And its exclusively for passwords! You can store up to 70 passwords on these alphabetical pages. Each password page has place for
Password-use this for answers to security questions too!
and a password hint-if you really want to be private and keep it in your head!
Choose Blue Nature, Smile More, Worry Less or Stealth Black
Remember our Tech Wellness Privacy and Cybersecurity password basics:
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
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