If you’ve ever forgotten a password, worried about getting hacked, or wondered if your passwords are good enough, this book is for you.
- “90% of All Passwords Are Vulnerable to Hacking” – Business Insider
- “Facebook Sees 600,000 Compromised Logins Per Day” – TechCrunch
- “Nearly 3 out of 4 Consumers Use Duplicate Passwords” – Entrepreneur magazine
How vulnerable are you online? Test yourself:
1. Do you use a different password for every website?
2. Are all of your passwords at least 12 characters long?
3. Do any of your passwords follow the most common formats?
4. Do you ever struggle to remember passwords?
If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions, your online life is vulnerable. The powerful yet easy-to-learn techniques in this book will save you time, money, and frustration while protecting your privacy and making you feel secure.
Brad Zupp is a memory improvement expert who competes internationally as a record-setting memory athlete, has appeared on the Today Show Good Day New York, The Dr. Steve Show, National Public Radio, and in the LA Times and USA Today. He regularly speaks and writes about memory, including why we forget passwords and how to bulletproof your online security.
- How to create your own passwords that are hack-proof yet unforgettable – make your life easier and safer
- How to remember any assigned password, no matter how complex
- How to build your personal password system – take your online security to the next level
- 21 easy and fun exercises – learn and perfect your abilities
With a series of simple, clear chapters, you’ll be up and running in no time. You’ll enjoy improving not only your passwords, but also your memory, creativity, and cyber security.
Buy this book now and have rock-solid cyber security by tomorrow!
“Every person needs to remember dozens of passwords. Brad Zupp tells you why the methods you are probably using now (using the same password or a computer system to ‘remember’ them) are weak and can be easily defeated, but he also tells how many unique passwords can be created and remembered perfectly, providing a much more secure system in your own head. And when you are learning about how to remember passwords, you will be learning about techniques that are widely applicable to many challenges of learning and memory. I highly recommend this brief book that provides such useful and important lessons.”
Henry L. Roediger, III
James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor
Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis