Articles tagged: long passwords

A bright and simple photorealistic image showing a computer screen displaying a password change interface, with a large padlock icon. The background is minimal, with faint outlines of a smartphone and a tablet, emphasizing multiple access points. A person’s hand is seen typing on the keyboard, indicating action being taken to secure the account.

Changing Your Password After a Hack May Not Be Enough

Changing your password is a common response to account hacks. Unfortunately, it isn’t enough.

It's a global threat.

Why Do I See Lots of Failed Login Attempts on My Account?

I’ll show you how to look at your recent activity and review why it might be full of failed login attempts.

LastPass Password Manager

LastPass Password Manager and Vault

One of the challenges with current online safety advice is keeping track of multiple different secure passwords. LastPass not only does that, but does it securely across multiple devices.


Are Longer Passwords Better, Even If They’re Simpler?

A longer password of repeating characters is more secure than a short complicated password — but there’s more to security than cracking.

Hacker in the night

Is application-provided encryption secure?

Lots of people keep their passwords and sensitive information in documents or spreadsheets sporting a password. Is that really safe?

Why Are Sites Making It Difficult for Password Managers?

Long passwords are your top-line of defense in internet security. Don’t let any trends steer you in the other direction.