About a week ago we detected that some hacker managed to get a reason of 99Bitcoins’ email addresses and started spamming a mailing list. If you’re on a email list afterwards we substantially already perceived my central reparation for this. If you’re not, afterwards this shouldn’t matter to we anyway. Since afterwards I’ve taken measures to secure a email annals and now things are behind to normal some-more or less.
However, this whole failure got me meditative a bit some-more about security, and that’s what we wish to persevere today’s post to. So currently I’m going to uncover you:
- Just how diseased your possess passwords are,
- How we mislaid $1500 since we used a same cue over and over again (sounds familiar?)
- Finally, examination a best cue managers around (including a Bitcoin associated cue manager).
How a diseased cue cost me $1500
Somewhere around 2010 we was using all sorts of selling campaigns on Google Adwords, Yahoo! and Bing. we had my credit label on record with any of these accounts, and not being too rapt with confidence we used a same cue on all of my accounts.
At a time we suspicion my cue was secure, it was “x9Jevslt” – seems flattering tough to theory right?
However one day