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Your password: How bad guys will steal your identity. Dan Q Communications Department, Bodleian Libraries. Your password is weak. You are a target. Attacks are on the rise. You can protect yourself. You are a target. You are a target. @mat. Your password is weak. Your password is weak.

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Your password how bad guys will steal your identity

Your password:How bad guys will steal your identity

Dan Q

Communications Department,Bodleian Libraries


You are a target

Your password is weak

You are a target

Attacks are on the rise

You can protect yourself





Your password is weak

A good password is:

LONG

COMPLEX

at least 8; ideally at least 12 characters

at least 2; ideally at least 3 classes

RANDOM

UNIQUE

not linked to you; ideally truly random

each password only used in one place


Your password is weak

  • Most Britons use only 5 different passwords

  • 24% use a single password for most accounts

    - Experian, 2012



ATTACKS ARE ON THE RISE

swordfish1

SF1ilteaSF

b1wITs&eloyp%



You can protect yourself

Tools that can help:



More about me, annotated copy of this presentation, etc., can be found it:

http://users.ox.ac.uk/~bodl2255/


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