How to check for a password breach, involving you.

American blogger Ron Walker is something of a wizz wuith computers. His latest post has some great tips and information about password security, and why we all need it.

Unfortunately, he doesn’t have a reblog button, so instead here is a link to his informative and valuable post.

How to check for a password breach, involving you.

28 thoughts on “How to check for a password breach, involving you.

  1. I was also notified on the Gravatar hack. I’ve been getting a lot more spam emails over the last year, but they are usually easy enough to spot & trash immediately; especially as the vast majority of them emanate from outside Britain. Cheers, Jon.

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      1. I knew I’d been breached as I got an email from my cell provider earlier this year. Even then it’s hard to know what to do about it after the fact.
        Fortunately my passwords are pretty strong so now harm was done to my knowledge.

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