I’ve been using LastPass since I can remember, and haven’t had any problems with security. So I figured I would share some history with readers on a recent post and attempt by hackers to gain access to LastPass database of information.
Each of us has our own opinion, which is what makes the world go around. Nevertheless, what works for me may not work for you. But LastPass has worked for me, and I’ll most likely continue to use LastPass, in addition to keeping a “hard-copy” of my log-in information.
Let’s use Google Contacts for an example. Hundred’s of millions of people have their contacts stored on Google’s servers. But only a few million backup their contacts offline from Google, just in case Google happens to crash one day. After all, Google is a man-made, and my philosophy is, “if man can make it…man can break it…”
Therefore, if you’re using any type of “password memory service”, I suggest you change your master password at least 4x a year, but you should change it 12x a year, mixing upper, lower, numbers, and special characters to strengthen security.
In addition. I suggest you use something link Kaspersky Small Office to help secure your sensitive information. Try a FREE 30 day trial of Kaspersky today! Kaspersky offers the feature of storing your sensitive information.
But the bottom line is this. No matter where you store your info, whether it be online which hackers figure a way to gain access or offline, which so called family and friends you trust take advantage of your trustworthiness. Your sensitive information in only the safest when you store it in the memory cells of your brain.
‘Til the next episode, don’t forget to Try a FREE 30 day trial of Kaspersky today! because no system to 100% protection proof.