How not to get hacked

A spy virus stole millions of passwords. Here's how to keep your password secure.

Use different passwords

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You don't use a master key for your home, car, computer and office. A single password shouldn't allow universal access to your communication, finances and health information.

Everyone's bound to get hacked sometime. Using different passwords for different websites can help contain the damage.

  @Jose_Pagliery - Last updated December 05 2013 01:49 PM ET
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