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Don’t use lazy passwords

If your account is hacked, it’s often because someone has worked out your password. Never use a password that anyone could guess or work out – a middle name, pet’s name or favourite football team. Include capital letters, numbers and punctuation for extra security.

And never use the same password for different accounts. That will mean when people can get into one of your accounts, they can access everything.

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