According to Google, 75% of Americans are still frustrated with password management. As a result, many people sacrifice convenience over security. In fact, 2 out of 3 Americans use the same password for multiple sites while about 60% of people use easy-to-guess passwords such as date of birth. Even those who take the time to personalize it often end up writing them in a notepad. It’s these human behaviors that hackers tend to exploit allowing them to steal personal and financial information.
For this reason, the team at Password Manager has created tools and resources to educate online users about password managers about the convenience and security many people are experiencing with a good password manager.
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