I don’t normally repost (actually, up to now, I’ve never reposted) other people’s blog posts here – but, in this case, I’m going to make an exception. You can read the original article here: http://helpinghandsfortacloban.wordpress.com
A quick note on Heartbleed. You may have read about Heartbleed. Rest assured that the 45RPMSoftware website has been patched to remove the Heartbleed vulnerability.
Please take a moment though to change your passwords on this, and every other website that you visit, in order to ensure that your personal information remains secure.
It is worth remembering a few simple rules about passwords:
- Make them long and complicated. Perhaps use a sentence that you can remember easily, but which cannot be easily guessed.
- Don’t use the same password for multiple websites. Best practice should be a different password for all websites but, at the very least, ensure that your passwords for any websites that might store banking information (shopping, banking etc) are different.
- Rotate as often as you feel is practicable.