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Most parents wish they had more time to spend with their kids. They also waste untold hours staring at their smartphones. It doesn't take a child genius to see the connection here. If you spend a chunk of every weekend checking social media apps and surfing the web, it might be time to put your children in charge of your mobile devices.
Here's a novel solution. This weekend, let your kids reset the password or parental lock on your phone - without watching them do it.
As we've established time and again, your clever tricks aren't protecting your password. If you or someone you know uses Bible references as a password, that trick is pretty easy to crack, too.
Chrome: We've mentioned time and time again that Chrome's password manager is not very secure, but it was never very easy to actually heed that advice unless you wanted to start over from scratch. Ghacks points to an experimental feature where you can enable the option to export passwords.
Passwords are the go-to for protecting our online accounts, but they’re not exactly reliable or convenient—especially when you have 20 of them to remember. Fortunately, there’s an easier way to manage your online security, and its name is True Key.
There’s got to be an easier way to remember all your passwords than keeping them on a Post-it that inevitably gets lost. And there is: Sticky Password Premium.
If you haven't got around to completing the Australian Census yet, you need to do it right now. From September 23, census holdouts will start to receive less-than-friendly visits from the ABS. If you don't have a sufficient excuse for not submiting the form, you could face penalties of up to $180 per day. If you've forgotten your Census login code, are concerned about privacy or have no idea what's going on, here's what you need to know.
Video: Password managers are an easy way to improve your password security. If you've ever wanted a physical device that could hold passwords instead, Adafruit has you covered.