Your Password

Your password is very important in your online operations including your personal computer and Smartphone.. As Smartphone and other handheld devices are targeted not only by individuals or corporate companies. Some countries are now employing experts to hack and harvest those usernames and passwords from top email service providing companies, video rental companies, Hospitals, social medias and so on.

This may be to access the people’s banking sector, personal files, photos and videos.

So how to save yourself from such situations.

Your Password Creation.

A strong password must contain more than 8 digits.
Include Capitol letters.
Add symbols
Numbers should be included.

So here is one sample strong password.

Never keep your password in PC, Laptop, tablet or Smartphone.
Write it down in a paper or book and keep it in a safe place.
Add your phone number to the email to get password assistance.
Remove the security question feature.They a too are targeted and captured by those bad people.
Don’t copy paste your password in the required field.
Never use a single password to all your accounts.
Don’t open suspicious files.
Never open suspicious videos that used to come with interesting headlines.
In E-mail accounts or such service providing places time to time look in to the recent activity pages.
Time to time change with a new password and select the option to log out from all the devices.
Then one by one sign in to them.

When buying phone card provide strong password to that company.
As per Yahoo:
You’ll no longer need to remember complicated passwords when you use Yahoo Account Key to access your account. To sign in, tap “Yes” on the notification we send to your mobile phone. With Account Key enabled, there’s no password on your account, so no one other than you can sign in.
Also check your email service providers advice in their website.

Another Safe Practice.
Never play a video clip that came from your friend unless you call him and ask if it was sent by him.
Because hackers go in to people’s accounts and send malware infected video clips to all the people in the contact list.
Don’t open Attachments unless you call and ask the person whether he had send it to you.

Source: CNET