⚠️ Whenever possible, use unique passwords that you don’t use elsewhere.
Password reuse is a big threat in today’s world. Many attacks rely on users using the same password for multiple services. Thus, if one is hacked, stolen, spoofed and successfully accessed, the other places where you use the same password are also at risk.
Don’t take the risk, use a unique password.
And even better, if your password is not only unique, but strong.
If you use many unique and strong passwords and need help remembering them, possibly consider using a password manager application. There are many such applications (even free ones) that can help you manage your passwords.
Using a unique password can reduce the chances of your personal and private data being accessed and stolen.
If you think your password is not unique and strong enough, watch our video on how to change it to a more secure one.