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January 13, 2014 12:00 AM

How to avoid common password mistakes

From e-mail addresses and online shopping sites to social media and bank accounts, we have so many password-protected online accounts, it’s easy to be lazy about creating a secure password for each site. But as identity theft rises and more companies with our personal information are being hacked (think Yahoo!, LinkedIn, eHarmony), it’s clear that many of us aren’t being careful about our password security.

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