One in three people write down computer passwords, undermining their security, and companies should look to more advanced methods, including biometrics, to ensure their systems are safe, a new study shows.
Problem : as a reader points out, “If you tell people to never write their passwords down, they pick easy to remember things, and tend to use the same one over and over again.
Come up with a strong password, write it down, and keep it in your wallet. Guard it like you guard your credit cards, and treat it the same.
If you lost your wallet, you’d change your credit card numbers – so do the same with your passwords. See Microsoft security guru: Jot down your passwords“