Use strong passwords to secure all your online accounts. Use a combination of characters, different passwords for each account, and write down those passwords so you don't forget them. Avoid using the common and easily-guessed passwords. Don't use personal names or other identification in passwords. Change your password when you suspect a security breach.
- [Instructor] Digital life in the 21st century…requires passwords, lots of passwords.…These passwords you type to access apps,…to get into your account, or in the web browser app.…Like your car keys or wallet,…you must be safe with passwords.…But unlike your car keys and wallet,…passwords are a new thing,…and you must learn the best way to be password smart.…The most important password you use on your Android…belongs to your Google account.…That's the key that unlocks your Android…and accesses synchronized information,…as well as any credit card details you've saved,…web passwords, and more.…
To help thwart password theft,…I recommend that you use strong,…unique passwords for all your accounts.…A strong password is one that can't be easily cracked.…A unique password is used for one service only.…So even though you may use your Gmail account…to access various services,…each must have a different password.…Before I give you the specifics,…here's a list of the top 10 most common passwords…for the past several years.…
- Explain how to remove all geotag location data from images.
- Recognize the downside of disabling backup and synchronization processes for your Android.
- Recall what information is not affected by a factory data reset.
- Determine what to do when an app asks permission to access strange applications.
- Identify the dangers associated with an open network.
- Explain why users should never skip Android updates.