“You’re doing your passwords all wrong. So says the developer of the guidelines most internet users have been following for 15 years, anyway. Passwords that L00K l!ke tHi$ are actually much more susceptible to hacking than most people realize, says Bill Burr, former manager of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and author of the NIST’s 2003 recommendations for password management.” In this article from the AICPA website, Bill Burr explains the type of passwords you should have that are more difficult to hack. Click here to continue reading this article.
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