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Online Password Management is a booming industry. Maybe you’re “one of the millions of Americans using the most popular passwords, such as ‘password,’ ‘trustno1,’ ‘abc123,’ ‘monkey’ or ‘letmein.’” If so, you’re at risk, as Morgan Slain, CEO of SplashData, a provider of password management applications, warns. He explains, “Hackers can easily break into accounts just by repeatedly trying common passwords.” 1Password By AgileBits (https://agilebits.com/) With 1Password, passwords are stored on locals devices and backed up to the cloud. The password file itself is password protected and encrypted, and one need only remember a single password and 1Password handles the rest….
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