25050Re: [Y-Mail] Despite its efforts to fix vulne rabilities, Yahoo’s Mail users continue rep orting hacking incidents - The Next Web
- Jun 18, 2013
My password is really simple and not very secure. I have had it for years. Never had any problems. I am just wondering if the more difficult you make your password, the more the hackers try and get it. Maybe it gives them more of a challenge. A lot of people that I have talked to that have been hacked say that their passwords were very complicated yet they were stolen numerous times. Just my thoughts LOL.
Lorries Green World
Thompson, Manitoba, Canada
--- On Tue, 6/18/13, Shal Farley <shal@...> wrote:
> I am running out of password ideas!!!
Generally speaking, password ideas are a bad idea.
I use PasswordSafe to generate and store random passwords, a separate
one for each service I use. It also helps protect against simple
keylogging malware -- I never type my online passwords, PasswordSafe can
fill in the username and password at most login pages, or copy/paste the
password through the clipboard.
> Yahoo is loosing my confidence lately and I am thinking that I may
> cancel payment to Yahoo email. I love my groups though so I am stuck
> between a rock and a hard place!
You don't need a Yahoo Mail address to run Yahoo Groups, and you
certainly don't need a paid Mail Plus account. You need not feel stuck
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