It is not uncommon for apps and websites to have security issues, and for passwords to be exposed. In other words, unfortunately, unwanted leaks occur in real life, often on well-regarded sites and apps. That is bad enough. Now imagine that the password you use on that app is the same as the one you use for your main e-mail, your most-used social network, etc. A problem that could be insignificant becomes enormous. Someone with access to this password would also have access to a wide array of your personal data, apps, and services.
Using the same password in multiple locations is like having a single key that opens all the doors of your home, car, office, etc. This makes a thief's job way easier!
Each app, website or service you use must have its own password.
You can use software programs to securely manage these multiple passwords, so you do not have to memorize them all.
For more information:
https://internetsegura.br/ (portuguese only)
https://cartilha.cert.br/fasciculos/#autenticacao (portuguese only)
The first scene shows a man on his laptop entering a password. In this scene, the following phrase appears: "One password..."
In the second scene, several apps appear requiring passwords. In this scene, the following phrase appears: "for multiple accounts?"
In the third scene, a third hand with the black glove of a thief steals all the accounts from all the apps. Then a hacker appears in front of the computer typing one password into the different accounts. In this scene, the following phrase appears: "Don't put your data at risk."
In the fourth scene, a pink background appears with the following phrase: "Don't repeat passwords."
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