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Password security

Family safety

Keeping passwords secure is a critical part of computer security to protect confidential information and to make it harder for attackers to gain control of your accounts or computer systems.

Passwords should be sufficiently long and complex to make them difficult to guess. Passwords should be created in a way that allows them to be remembered without being written on paper or stored in a text file, which would allow them to be stolen.

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