Online Privacy

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Online safety includes a wide range of things you can do. A good first step is to start using good passwords that look more like Zi]H8^(8FX2S5Q(p2u5a>*^K5 and less like Password1!

And if you’re thinking ‘I could never remember all those characters’ then we agree. That’s the beauty of using a good, secure password manager.

We like Bitwarden a lot. It is very secure and a 3rd party security audit confirms it meets the highest standards of technology but also corporate processes. It has never been hacked unlike most other cloud password managers.

It might. But using a VPN is not a magic defense against all types of cyber crime. It will definitely hide your web activity from your internet service provider and potentially people trying to spy on the sites you are browsing when you’re on public WiFi networks (at the airport, the coffee shop, etc).

Probably not as secure as you would like. We recommend using a private network name, a strong network password, and WPA3 network encryption if your router supports it. If your WiFi router is more than 10 years old then it should be replaced with a new model that has better security features.

The phone is one of the most common ways that people get hacked or scammed. Very sophisticated scammers impersonate ‘tech support’ or financial institutions and are professionals at tricking people into paying them money. Even though 2-factor-authentication is becoming common (by sending a confirmation code by text message) these codes can be intercepted. We recommend using an authenticator app built into a password manager.

Online Privacy

Is Your Right