You are supposed to have a unique password for every account. However, considering you have to login to do everything from checking your to do list to booking an appointment with your doctor, keeping track of all those passwords is getting close to impossible. That is why we recommend you use a password manager.
A password manager stores all your passwords, allows to you login using quick keys and will even generate secure passwords for you. All you have to remember is the master password to login to the password manager.
There are many types of password managers on the market. Some are free like KeePass and LastPass, others require a fee. How do you choose which one to use? To help you out, PCmag has a review of some of the more popular ones.
To help you learn how to use the password manager KeePass, we have created a lovely handout that includes the basics . To make learning even easier, we also regularly offer a terrific, fun little workshop. Visit the Cybersecurity Hub is find dates and register.