Never forget your password again!
These days, the average person has 90 online accounts*, each requiring a username and password. If you have a website, you likely have at least 3 more, one for the place where your domain name is registered (the registrar), one for your hosting account (the place on the internet where your website ‘lives’), and one to log into your website (where you can make changes).
Of course, if you’re one of SeeThrough Web’s valued clients, you have the peace of mind knowing that we securely manage all your website passwords for you. However, what if you’re not?
Luckily there are some great tools out there that keep your information secure; LastPass, 1Password, or Dashlane are three. They store your information securely in their systems and provide browser plug-ins. Once you’ve logged into the password manager it can look after the logins to all of the different websites for you. They also offer team or corporate accounts for business use.
If you’d like to learn more about these tools or any of our services, just give us a call or send an email to SeeThrough Web.
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2. Use a security plugin
Wordpress security plugins can do a lot to protect your site: from blocking multiple attempts to break into your website to scanning for modified files and folders. Most are free, some have a relatively inexpensive paid Pro option which can be worth it for greater peace of mind.
We use Wordfence on most sites ourselves, but there are other great security plugins out there like Sucuri and iThemes Security Pro.