CNET: Password managers can be a pain but they’re good for security

If you’re one of the countless people who unwisely use easy-to-guess passwords or reuse a password for several accounts, cybersecurity experts have a message for you: It isn’t your fault. Memorizing a unique, complex password for each account is impossible.

But that’s exactly the sort of chore computers are good at. That’s why many cybersecurity experts suggest using a password manager. It’s a software utility that securely stores passwords and automatically fills them into login pages. They help you protect every single one of your online accounts with a strong password.

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