Tuesday Tech Thoughts
Beth Rihtar-- Instructional Tech Coach, Park Ridge, Illinois
What makes a secure password?
Consider using a street name, favorite color, city you've traveled to!
Example: wisNer#60068, violeT&77, Paris2001!
Words you shouldn't use: "password", 1234...., your mother's maiden name, children's names. Creating a secure password is important, and keeping that password private is almost as important! Don't share your passwords with others. Here's a great article from PCWorld with examples of "bad" passwords.
If you have an error on a certificate or need one replaced, just follow the link and print!
Math = Love
Keep 'em coding!
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