How many passwords do you use?

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How many websites do you visit each day? For most people, it’s around 10, but if you’re in healthcare, law, or real estate, it could be in the hundreds. Each one demands a unique username and password. That leads to a crucial question:

How often do you reuse your passwords? It’s a common practice – you don’t want to remember countless combinations, right? However, attackers are counting on this convenience. Once they compromise a site where you’ve used a password, it becomes fair game for all your other accounts. This becomes especially alarming if it involves sensitive data, putting you at the forefront of potential data leaks.

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So, how can you protect yourself? Memorizing a thousand unique passwords isn’t practical. Using common words makes your passwords easy to crack. Fortunately, there’s a solution – password managers. But with so many options like LastPass, Dashlane, and KeePass, which one should you choose?

Considering recent data breaches, entrusting your data to a third party requires caution. That’s why we recommend BitWarden. Not only do we use it personally, but it’s also our top choice for our customers. BitWarden simplifies password management, creating unique and random passwords for each account. It syncs across all your devices – Android, iPhone, Windows, Mac, and Linux – offering a secure and seamless experience.

One standout feature is its built-in two-factor authentication (2FA). No need for multiple apps; BitWarden streamlines the process. Logging into a website is as easy as clicking the correct login. If the site has 2FA enabled, it’s automatically copied to your clipboard for a quick paste when prompted. This consistency applies across all versions and devices.

For businesses looking for a reliable password manager, let us assist you. We provide BitWarden for all our customers and are more than willing to help set up your practice securely!

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