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How to choose good passwords
Private: Keep you passwords to yourself.
Easily Remembered: Use a password that is easily remembered so that you do not need to write it down.
Minimum of 8 characters long: Longer pass phrases are harder to crack. Using a phrase with punctuation works well. (e.g.. Mary had 1 little Lamb!)
Mixture of characters: Use upper case, lower case, numbers and special characters such as the row above the numbers on keyboard and spaces.
Do not repeat passwords on multiple websites: Websites can become compromised. If website you use becomes compromised and your password has been used on multiple sites you have become venerable on those sites.
Windows Keyboard Shortcuts
Ctrl + C: Will copy the highlighted text or selected item.
Ctrl + X: Will cut the highlighted text or selected item.
Ctrl + V: Will paste the text or object that's in the clipboar.d.
Ctrl + Z: Will undo the last change
Mac Keyboard Shortcuts
Command + C: Will copy the highlighted text or selected item.
Command + X: Will cut the highlighted text or selected item.
Command + V: Will paste the text or object that's in the clipboard.
Command + Z: Will undo the last change.
Anti-Virus Safety
• Do not open any files attached to an email from an unknown, suspicious or untrustworthy source.
• Do not download any files from strangers.
• Update your anti-virus software regularly.
• Back up your files on a regular basis.
Keep Software Up-To-Date
Un-patched software are constantly targeted by web exploits. Most targeted by web exploits are Java (56%), Adobe Acrobat Reader (25%), Windows and Internet Explorer (4%), Adobe Flash (3%), Android Root (2%) and other (11%).

Keeping all software updated with the latest security patches is the best way to block targeted exploits.

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