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Internet Security Questions and Answers (Q&A)

John Smith
Answered: Feb 06, 2023
True

If you save your password on a public computer the next person to use that computer may access your accounts. This might also apply to your home computer or laptop; if curious siblings...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Feb 06, 2023
123456

According to recent analysis 123456 is the most commonly used password[1], however; these passwords all appear on Twitters list of 370 banned passwords[2] and should be avoided at...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Feb 06, 2023
All of the above-all of these techniques can be used to create a strong password. mnemonics can be used to make your password easy to remember (e.g. condense a rude phrase or a funny joke into a...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Feb 06, 2023
False

Password hints and reminders can help to jog your memory and help to avoid creating another password. If you can create your own password hint make sure it only makes sense to...Read More

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Islas
Answered: Nov 02, 2017
In short, “OTP” stands for “One True Pairing.” It's used in fandoms to describe any given participant's favorite couple — or couples, because, perhaps contrary to...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Feb 06, 2023
Stick to your parents rule-no matter where you are, stick to your parents rules because those rules are there to keep you safe. those rules may seem annoying and useless; but theyre there to keep...Read More

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C. Block, English Professor
Answered: Dec 22, 2020
Tracking numbers are used when it comes to shipping. When packages are being shipped, the packages would be assigned numbers for the purpose of recognition. There are some deliveries that are...Read More

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D. Nichols
Answered: May 25, 2020
Webroot and Norton are known to be very protective against malware. In fact, these two are known to be the choices of people whenever they would like to protect their different gadgets. A lot of...Read More

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Sam Waters
Answered: Nov 24, 2020

1. Install an Antivirus and Keep It Updated 2. Explore the Security Tools You Install 3. Use Unique Passwords for Every Login 4. Get a VPN and Use It 5. Use T...Read More

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