If more people were pointed to xkcd, this might not be an issue.
Can anyone recommend a password manager or managers that work in both Linux and Windows?
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I use unique passwords for all my accounts. I use KeePassX but I usually don't change passwords unless there's news about something like the openssl bug.
free showing high ram usage ? Read this
When people say "you've changed " there's a 95% chance that you just stopped acting the way they wanted you to.
Last company I worked for (as a project coordinator) let me remotely log on to their computer system with the company laptop. Bloody password had to be changed every month, with both u/case, l/case, numbers and symbols used in the new password.. They told me I had limited system access, but I could access the whole system, including accounts, emails, personnel, wages, etc.
did you have write access? as in access to alter everyone wages