On 14, Sep 2012 | In Blog, Email, Search Engine Optimisation, SEO from Cumbria, social media, Web Design, Web Design in Cumbria, Web Hosting, Web Hosting Cumbria, Web Portfolio, Web Services | By stephen little
Sometimes your business or organisation may need more than just a website designed. You may need design, development and ongoing development and testing.
As things are constantly changing in the world of web and internet, you may want someone with their finger on the pulse to point you in the right direction when web technologies move forward.
Here is a list to help you keep the weakest online security link, Passwords, a bit safer.
1. Choose a password that is at least eight to 10 characters long. This should be long enough to prevent brute force attacks, which consist of trying every possible combination of a password until the right one is found.
2. Make sure your password is difficult for someone to guess. Do not use names of any kind, including your login name, family member’s name or a pet’s name. Also avoid using personal information such as a phone number, birthday or place of birth.