25 September 2014

Enter to Win an iPad Mini [Courtesy of F-Secure KEY] [Ends 10/1]

Is your online security THIS secure?
This is a sponsored post for which I will receive compensation. All opinions expressed in this post are my own.

Recently I talked about my discovery of F-Secure KEY and how important it is for your personal security online. It safely saves your password information on the app (and desktop app) and provides you with excellent password ideas.

I say 'excellent password ideas' as if I'm talking about a plot generating app, I know. But I get so obsessive about figuring out new password methods. I won't tell you my recent method, because I still use it, but if trying to figure out a new password is a little like trying to title your novel, you need this app.

And because F-Secure KEY is so excited about their new launch, I get to giveaway an iPad Mini for one of my lucky readers! I'm so excited for you!!

It is a 16 GB iPad Mini (Wifi capable) and I know you want this and I want you to get this!

Before you enter though, I highly recommend you download the F-Secure KEY app following the guidelines I listed below -

CODE: PREMIUMKEYOFFER14

Redeem code:
Download KEY on Android/iOS
Android: Go to Menu-Help- Enter PREMIUM VOUCHER
iOS: Help Menu- Promotional Code
*After redeeming offer on mobile device PREMIUM works on PC/Mac as well

NOW, enter this amazing giveaway! Giveaway ends on 10/1.
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This is a sponsored post for which I will receive compensation. All opinions expressed in this post are my own. 

243 comments:

  1. I definitely come up with some crazy passwords and try to use a different password for everything so someone couldn't access everything by figuring out one password!

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  2. Fake birthdays or names are helpful to use.

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  3. I turn off my computer when not in use.

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  4. I use difficult passwords and also use various one.

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  6. yes I use software

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  7. I make sure sites where I shop are safe, but that's about it.

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  8. free is great I change password every month

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  9. I shop only at trusted sites, and make my passwords super crazy

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  10. I choose pretty long passwords.

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  11. I read a lot of tech news to keep informed of breaches or viruses.

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  12. Have strange passwords and turn phone off.

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  13. I have to admit I have been a little sloppy with my online privacy and identity protection. But it's something I need to figure out.

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  14. difficult or complex passwords and change them frequently

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  15. I change passwords frequently, and come up with passwords that'll mean something to me, but not to anyone else.

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  16. I have programs installed to protect my computer, my wifi is locked, and I use very extensive passwords to protect all of my accounts.

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  17. I never give out any personal information at all and I often change my passwords!

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  18. I change my passwords on important things every other day.

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  19. Use passwords with uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers and symbols

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  20. I check my accounts every few days to check for unauthorized activity and use software

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  21. changing passwords and using software

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  22. I come up with crazy passwords no one would ever guess with upper/lowercase/numbers and change them every couple of months as well.

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  23. I use complicated passwords and only use debit cards rather than credit cards online.
    traymona[at]aol.com

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  24. I use encryption where possible and change passwords frequently.

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  25. Make sure you delete your history and cookies, also use hard passwords

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  26. We try to make our passwords very difficult and we also change them every other month.

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  27. I never write my password in an email or an correspondence and change my password regularly.

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  28. never give your email out to an email you receive. call the company directly (and not from the phone number in the email, but a legitimate source)

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  29. Virus and malware protecting software helps, good passwords, and also changing passwords every couple of months.

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  30. I always make sure our virus protector is up to date.

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  31. I don't really have any methods, other than watching what information I store online

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  32. I don't store credit card numbers online; change passwords often; use anti-malware and and anti-virus software.

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  33. I monitor all of my accounts, social media, e-mail, ect. I also keep virus protection up date on my computer. Finally, I change my passwords on a regular basis to help keep my information protected.

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  34. I don't use my real name on blogs.

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  35. I use general locations and social network (do not actually live in the city where it states but close by etc.) and change my passwords frequently.

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  36. I use different passwords for everything

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  37. I mainly try to only visit safe site, don't use free wi-fi spots for anything requiring passwords and keep software up to date.. and fingers crossed!
    sksweeps (at) earthlink (dot) net

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  38. I don't do much I just use strong passwords.

    rounder9834 @yahoo.com

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  39. I use temporary credit card #'s when purchasing items. and I run security checks on my computer.

    kellywcu8888ATgmailDOTcom

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  40. Change your passwords often, and use different ones on different sites.

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  41. change your passwords often and never give your information to a site or person ou don't trust

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  42. I use odd passwords that don't relate to names or numbers in my life.

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  43. I try to make crazy mixes with letters, numbers and symbols in my passwords and have different passwords for each account. That one if someone figures out one password it will only be the password of that account not everything else. I also try to avoid forms where they ask too much about dates and places, and NEVER EVER share my SSN.

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  44. I use random words I hear from whatever's on tv at the moment.

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  45. Only use unique passwords - safe secure websites and never put SSN on internet

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  46. I use unique passwords with numbers, letters, and symbols.

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  47. I don't have any tried and true methods for protecting my identity online. I try not to use my real name in forums and such, if possible. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  48. I change my passwords all the time.

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  49. It cost a few dollars to buy ne, but if I am not sure of a site I will use a gift card and not my credit/debit card. All they can steal is the balance in the gift card and have no access to my bank or credit card.

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  50. various passwords that are a combination of #'s and letters

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  51. I use a password manager to scramble my passwords often and never give out my social security number.

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  52. i only use my desktop to make purchases online instead of using my phone.

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  53. Change my passwords and not use the same password.

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  54. Always turn off the computer when heading off to bed.

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  55. I sign on with an identity protection service and use very complex passwords.

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  56. I change passwords and go incognito mode as well.

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  57. I change my passwords often and regularly!

    skkorman AT bellsouth DOT net

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  58. I really try to make my password un-guessable! Sometimes I mix it up!

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  59. I change my password constantly

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  60. I change my password every 3 months and I change my e-mail yearly!

    ssgsweeps @gmail .com

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  61. I make up random passwords and change them a lot!

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  62. I make sure that the web address has https:// in the beginning

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  63. My password are so random, like extremely random!

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  64. Only a password known only to me.

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  65. Change passwords regularly and make them very difficult.

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  66. I am not sure I do enough. I don't know that anyone does.

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  67. I often use passwords that aren't words at all, just a randomized combination of letters and numbers. I have a weirdly good memory for such things, and then it can't be guessed.

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  68. Do you have any methods on how to protect your identity online?

    use a fake name..lol..no seriously..you just have to be aware..these people will get you if they can,you have to be on top of it

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  69. I use different names for my mothers maiden name and other names, and keep them written on paper secure in my home.

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  70. I changed my passwords every few months.

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  71. Turn off third-party cookies. Get an ad blocker. Don't use social media (No facebook, twitter, etc). Use different passwords for different sites. Use long passphrases, not traditional passwords.

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  72. I use my virus blocker and change my passwords.

    Carly D.

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  73. I use my virus blocker and passwords with uppercase lowercase letters, numbers and symbols

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  74. My passwords are full of letters, numbers, and symbols.

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  75. You can never be too careful anymore I guess. Glad to know that companies like this are looking out for us. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  76. Definitely not. I suck at coming up with passwords because if I create anything too difficult or complex, I can never remember it myself.

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  77. We change our passwords frequently, clean our cookies multiple times a day, run an antivirus several times a day, and we also run addware program daily

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  78. Changing passwords often, not using our credit cards for anything online and doing system maintenance weekly.

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  79. I make sure my password has uppercase, lowercase, numbers, and special characters (if allowed) and I change them frequently.

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  80. I have norton security online and I change my passwords frequently
    crazyweirdo33@yahoo.com

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  81. I change passwords and have a strong virus program.

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  82. I don't know how to protect my identity.

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  83. I change my passwords and cards frequently. I never respond to any email that asks me to verify my identity.

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  84. I change my passwords and make sure they aren't simple things like my pets name. I also have antivirus/security software that helps protect me.

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  85. Use software to defend you computer and don't just click on any link sent by email.

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  86. We use an antivirus/firewall protection software on all our electronics.

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  87. I have a suite of protection for anti-virus and firewall from one company.

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  88. I use strong passwords and I never save it in my computer incase I lose it or someone steals it.

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  89. I try to rarely shop online and always use strong passwords and change them up often.

    sents saver

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  90. I change passwords every couple months

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  91. antivirus, adblocker and mindful what info i allow out there - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  92. I use antivirus softwares and I'm careful about what information I put out there. I don't shop at any suspicious online stores.

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  93. I cahnge passwords, use only one credit card with low balance

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  94. Different and difficult passwords and I use Comodo Anti-Virus.

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  95. I change passwords often.

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  96. I don't share personal information with anyone!!

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  97. passwords that are not real words!

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  98. I pay close attention to email messages that purport to be from places like banks or PayPal.

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  99. I try to make my passwords as difficult as possible and I have protection software that informs me if any websites are potential scams

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  100. we change our passwords as often as possible.
    gabbflabber at live.com

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  101. I try and use only reputable sites and change my passwords often.

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  102. I use software and I try not to purchase to many things online and never from companies that I don't know

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  103. I use Lifelock. I also do not have a Facebook account because that seems to give up a LOT of info to strangers

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  104. I change password often and use combinations of letters and numbers

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  105. I change my passwords often and I use Lifelock.

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  106. no, I don't really do anything, but I should.

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  107. i change passwords as often as i do my clothes.

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  108. I change my passwords pretty often but I should be doing more i know!

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  109. I have different passwords for all my accounts and keep them changed regularly.

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  110. I am careful as to where I enter my information.

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  111. Use software and change passwords often.

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  112. My major way of protecting myself is to have a good protection on my computer and to run it everyday but I also stay away from sites I do not know!

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  113. i always do a virus scan several times a week and scan for keyloggers. my password is different from everything.

    danielle marie

    xdanimarie(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  114. I pay for a service through at&t and it is worth it

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  115. I use different passwords at every site and change them monthly

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  116. I try to use different passwords and not have my last name visible

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  117. I use bixarre passwords and change them often - also use anti-virus software, and I'm thinking about LifeLock.

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  118. My method to protect identity is to use KAspersky's antivirus and to keep it up to date. It's the best program out there! I also use unique and hard to get passwords.

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  119. brittany marie thompsonSeptember 28, 2014 at 11:05 AM

    i change my passwords pretty frequently

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  120. I change my passwords often, and never share them with anyone.

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  121. i try to use different passwords for everything

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  122. I try to make my passwords difficult to guess, but it is definitely something is really tough.

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  123. I make sure to have strong passwords and change them often.

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  124. I use long and strong passwords, a variety of protection software and turn off my computer when it's not in use. I steer clear of sites that are suspect and seldom click on anything in an email. I never put my social security number online and don't bank online either (I mean if the pentagon and all those big companies can be hacked....)

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  125. I be sure not to share too much. and I use many protective passwords.

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  126. Use different passwords on every site.

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  127. I try to mix it up with passwords.

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  128. Besides not going on certain websites and change my passwords to really unique one regularly not really.
    dor.turner@yahoo.com

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  129. I try to change my passwords every so often.

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  130. I use a lot of privacy preferences and change my passwords often.

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  131. I use long passwords that don't have anything to do with my personal life and I use an alias on social media.

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  132. I change my passwords often and use multiple ones.

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  133. I change passwords every month and use random words and numbers/special characters

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  134. Both Software and Wifi protected Server

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  135. I turn off my computer when not in use.

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  136. I use harder passwords and try not give as little info on myself as possible

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  137. I use difficult passwords and never use Wifi.

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  138. I frequently change and update my passwords and login information.

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  139. Make sure you change your password often.

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  140. I try to avoid using my full name whenever possible, and I usually use the highest privacy options on social media sites.

    Geoff K
    gkaufmanss(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  141. I use different secure passwords for all the sites I visit.

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  142. I only shop at known major web sites, and I use different passwords at all of them.

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  143. I keep my passwords different from one another and nonsensical

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  144. I use various methods to keep my online identity safe. One tip is being careful with passwords

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  145. I run f-secure (cbeyond Secure Desktop) and use a password generator that stores the passwords in an encrypted database on my machine.

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  146. I change my password often and make it pretty difficult.

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  147. I just do the normal stuff like anti-malware and antivirus software and be careful while online

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  148. I change my passwords regularly and update my antimalware and antivirus software regularly.

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  149. i always have virus protection and strong passwords.

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  150. I keep anti virus programs updated and change passwords a lot ..Thanks :)

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  151. I use odd passwords and I never give out my info online unless its a a secure site.

    Thanks!
    Samantha (samdaleo)
    jamesmadison1974@gmail.com

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  152. We use an anti virus and passwords.

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  153. We have anti virus and we keep it updated and I always do a free credit report to keep up with that to make sure there is no suspicious activity.

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  154. I make long passwords with letters and numbers.

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  155. I don't give out my password to anyone, and I make sure that I only give out personal information on secure websites.

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  156. I try to use numbers, letter, symbols, etc in my passwords

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  157. I use something called Peerblock that blocks communication between computers and helps keep you safe online, and the best part is that its free!

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  158. I constantly change my password and I use Norton Internet Security.

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  159. By not posting anything personal on facebook

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  160. I change my password often and make them difficult to guess.

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  161. I use long and different password for various site and change my email password on a regular basis. I also refuse to ever enter my social security number on any site and always check for security on sites that I might make a purchase from.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

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  162. I frequently check to make sure my wifi connection is password secure and I never use public wifi networks.

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  163. I just limit the amount of places I put my personal information.
    Brittney House BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com

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  164. Strong passwords is definitely a big help!

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  165. I pick difficult passwords and change them frequently.

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  166. I change my passwords but keep the same basic combinations so I don't forget

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  167. Change passwords, on my laptop I also have virus software

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