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Data breaches and the perils of leaving the door ajar

Overview

We live in a day and age when every aspect of life from work, to banking, to your weekly shop can ask you for a password. It can be tiring to constantly think of something consisting of at least eight (or more) characters, with upper and lower case letters, numbers and symbols, that you'll remember, sometimes after months of inactivity, or where you need to change it every few months. Password fatigue can be a real problem and can lead to the situation where you'll settle for something that's easy to remember, but easy to guess too.

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