When was the last time you changed your password?
lbloom 3 years ago
My boss doesn't want any passwords to ever change - which is very bad security policy. Experts say that you should not use the same password with more than one account [which is impossible if you link your Facebook account to everything], and use passwords with at least 8 characters that include upper case, lower case, numbers, and symbols. I last changed my password 3 months ago - which means it's probably time to change it again.
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