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What are the risks of Password Managers?
The average person needs to remember around 80 passwords.
That’s too many for our busy brains.
No wonder we’re tempted to re-use passwords on multiple applications.
There are, of course, massive risks in doing that.
Password managers look like the perfect solution.
But are they risky too?
Password managers store passwords, then auto-fill them, meaning you don’t have to remember or write down any passwords.
You can use a password manager as a browser extension or app.
And they’ll generate random high-strength passwords for you.
Let me put your mind at ease:
If you use an established and reliable password manager, your risks are incredibly low.
Much lower than if you don’t use one at all.
That’s why you and your team need to start using a password manager today.
Want us to recommend a trusted one for you? Get in touch.