It's wise to choose strong and complex passwords to protect your online accounts.
You also want to use different passwords for different accounts.
If you suffer from password fatigue and can’t think of a single new password, we suggest using a password generator to create them. Many web browsers and phones now offer a built-in generator to help.
However, these complex passwords are hard to remember, especially when they’re a string of random numbers and letters. You may need a password manager that remembers them for you.
However again. Using a password manager is, in some ways, the modern equivalent of writing all your passwords on a sticky note in plain sight. You want to protect the manager with a strong password (make sure this one is one you can remember).
And also, you want to use two- or multi-factor authentication with the password manager’s password—and while you’re at it, go ahead and add multi-factor authentication to a bunch of your other accounts, too. The extra protection will bring your accounts one step closer to Fort Knox-level cybersecurity.
And speaking of passwords, make sure you set one up on your home Wi-Fi. Otherwise, your home internet can quickly become public internet.