People know they shouldn’t recycle passwords. Password-management software is available for free. And yet many folks continue dangerous practices.
We need to quit recycling and stop trusting our own minds. This seemingly antisocial advice comes from a new study of password practices that reaches old conclusions: Too many people still try to ease online security by reusing the same passwords across multiple sites and keeping them simple enough to memorize.
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