Weak passwords continue to be one of the primary ways that hackers gain access to private and secured accounts.
It’s made even worse by the common practice of using the same password on many online accounts.
The only way to make sure you’re using strong unique passwords is to use a password manager; there’s just no way for you to remember them all yourself.
If you still haven’t found a password manager that you feel is secure enough, the folks at Intel are throwing their hat in the ring.
Their soon-to-be-available app called True Key incorporates lots of extra security features such as multi-factor authentication, trusted devices, facial and fingerprint authentication.
By making you your ultimate password, they’re trying to make things both easier and more secure.
The basic version will be free and allow you to manage up to 15 accounts and work on just about any type of computer or mobile device.
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