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Username and Password Help
The guy kept forgetting his online passwords and so he changed them all to “incorrect” so when he tried and failed to sign on, the computer would prompt him with the message: your password is incorrect. But, password protection in the age of electronic transactions is no laughing matter, according to the Association of Mature American Citizens.
The easier a password is to guess, the greater the risk that a hacker will be able to steal personal information, including credit card numbers, Social Security Numbers, bank account numbers and much more, warns AMAC. So don’t resort to “lazy” passwords such as the commonly used “password,” “00000000” and, of course, “12345678.”