When you use many different websites and online accounts, you usually need a username and password. Remembering them can be stressful and annoying, so many people resort to a few – or even one – easy password they use all over the internet. And worse, they rarely (never?) change them.
That’s one of the best ways to become the target of a hacker who can make your life awful – sometimes for years to come. So, it might be time to consider a password management tool.
Password managers store all your passwords, generate strong ones for you and can even log in for you. That means you have to remember only one password—the one that opens your vault. So make it a strong one.
Password managers aren’t just for convenience’s sake; think of it as good online hygiene. Here are some of the most popular ones: