Passwords are a relatively unsafe method of securing information, and yet, they’re what we’re stuck with. Even if you manage to make them memorable and strong, there’s still the chance that if one password is exposed, it could compromise many of your accounts if you use the same one. On top of all that, there’s an inherent insecurity in giving your email, credit card number, and phone number to any website where you want to buy something. If that website gets hacked — like Target did, for instance — your information is now in the hands of some rather malicious folks….
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