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John Evans

Free Technology for Teachers: Good Reminders About Password Security - 0 views

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    "The mot recent Facebook hoax making its rounds has prompted me to remind everyone about the importance of using strong and varied passwords (don't use the same password for Facebook as you do for your bank account). Creating a strong password is a just the first step in protecting your email and social media accounts from hackers. To really protect your account there are some additional steps you should take like using two-factor authentication. In their most recent video Common Craft explains how to protect your online accounts. Click here to watch the video or you can view it as embedded below. "
John Evans

Updated Password Advice: What Teachers and Students Need to Know - The Edublogger - 0 views

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    "Creating, remembering, using and protecting passwords. It's all part of everyday life but are you and your students managing passwords well? Poor password management can lead to minor annoyances, like someone changing your blog theme, to life changing issues, like identity theft. The divisions between your online and offline world are blurring and many of your most valuable possessions and information are now housed online. So much of what we do online is password protected, from your blog to your email, bank account, social media and more. The advice around passwords has recently been updated and while there are varying opinions, this post will help you learn about the current best practices."
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How to Password Protect Pages, Keynote, & Numbers Documents in iOS - 0 views

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    "The iWork suite of productivity apps include Pages, Numbers, and Keynote, and each of them allow users to password protect individual documents. In practice, this means that a document created within iWork in iOS, OS X, or iCloud, can be safely locked with built-in encryption, and the document can not be opened or viewed without entering the defined password on any other device. For example, you can set a password to a Pages document on your iPhone, then open it again on the Mac from iCloud and it will require a password, and vice versa."
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Put your passwords in your pocket and take them everywhere you go - 0 views

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    Now, you can take your password along with you using the portable version of password manager. This program can run on your PC without installation and therefore can be launched from a flash drive.
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Regain your PC's administrator rights, even if you don't have the password - 0 views

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    Forgot the password of your Windows PC administrator level account? This hampers your work a lot. This tutorial can give access to it.
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How to password-protect a PDF before e-mailing in OS X? - 0 views

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    Protecting a document containing sensitive information is very important. Thus, protecting it with password is a better option. This tutorial contains steps for protecting your PDF document with password before sending it to receiver.
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KEYS TO A SECURE PASSWORD - 0 views

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    Are you in a habit of using short or same passwords? Then change it now. Online world is becoming risky day by day. Hackers are always ready to hack your account and thus, it is your responsibility to protect yourself against cyber-crimes. We are providing you important tips to create strong as well as secure password.
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Norton Identity Safe: Download Free Password Manager for Windows, Mac and Mobiles - 0 views

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    If you are puzzled with entering "User Name and Password" repeatedly on the Web, then here comes a safe and secure solution from Symantec - Norton Identity Safe. This is compatible to Windows PC, Mac or a mobile phone. Interestingly, it can synchronize your passwords across different devices. Thus, "forgotten password" problem would be a thing of past hereafter.
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