Category Archives: Two Factor Authentication

Amazon – 3 Steps to keep your account from getting hacked

Amazon is one of the more popular e-commerce companies who offer a variety of services. This is another area where you should consider implementing a strong password and two factor authentication to keep you from loosing access to Amazon. Follow … Continue reading

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Microsoft One Drive – 3 steps to keep your account from getting hacked

Microsoft One Drive is a cloud storage drive where you can keep files without having to worry where your flash drive is. It should be protected just like any other online account that you have. By following the steps I … Continue reading

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GoDaddy – 3 steps to keep your account from getting hacked

GoDaddy is one of the more popular web hosting companies who offer a variety of services. This is another area where you should consider implementing a strong password and two factor authentication to keep you from loosing access to the … Continue reading

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Dropbox – 4 steps to keep your account from getting hacked

1. Use a Strong Password For those that aren’t familiar with this term, a Strong Password is one that contains (where permitted by the website or service) a combination lower case letters, uppercase letters, numbers, punctuation or other special characters … Continue reading

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Tumblr – 5 steps to keep your account from getting hacked

1. Use a Strong Password For those that aren’t familiar with this term, a Strong Password is one that contains (where permitted by the website or service) a combination lower case letters, uppercase letters, numbers, punctuation or other special characters … Continue reading

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Simple Niche Domains – 3 steps to keep your account from getting hacked

Simple Niche Domains is a provider of DNS and Web Hosting services. This is another area where you should consider implementing a strong password and two factor authentication to keep you from loosing access to the services. Follow the steps … Continue reading

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Yahoo – 4 steps to keep your account from getting hacked

1. Use a Strong Password For those that aren’t familiar with this term, a Strong Password is one that contains (where permitted by the website or service) a combination lower case letters, uppercase letters, numbers, punctuation or other special characters … Continue reading

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LinkedIn – 3 steps to keep your account from getting hacked

Along with Facebook, LinkedIn is another popular social media site. It is also a prime candidate for having an account compromised. As with any social media or website, there are several things that can be done to make it a … Continue reading

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Facebook – 8 steps to keep your account from getting hacked

A good friend of mine recently had their Facebook account hacked and it took several days to get things back under control. Even though I had taken some steps to try to prevent this from happening to me, I decided … Continue reading

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