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The Password Trick: How To Use a Different Password for Every Website

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What if you could create a different password for every website you used and still remember those passwords? The Password Trick explains an easy-to-use formula for all your password needs. You’ll have strong passwords that are easy to remember and 99% of the time you’ll get in to the website on the first try!
Kindle Edition, First e-dition, 14 pages
Published August 2013 by Hack Genealogy
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meir golan
Jun 24, 2017 rated it really liked it
The trick is nice but it is not perfect. This days you need to change your password every few month. The trick in the book suggest to add a number to the password that you can change each time you need to change the password. The problem Is that you need to remember that number or to write it down. The purpose of this book is to let you remember your password for each site without writing it down. Other then that its not a bad trick.
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