DryCreek They gamble on people feeling guilty and paying out of fear.
I agree with DryCreek.
The password that got hacked on one of my accounts now has a Bio-Hazard symbol and I can't access the site so I assume the hackers took over the whole site. I haven't used that site in 10 years and I am guessing the site owner didn't have a strong password.
Reusing passwords is a really bad idea. Using simple passwords is also a really bad idea. Trying to remember a ton of complex, unique passwords is also a really bad idea.
A good idea... use a password safe like 1Password, SplashID, etc. to store your passwords securely. The better ones have browser plug-ins that will automatically paste in the site’s password for you once you enter the code to unlock the password safe. And they will sync between your laptop, phone, tablet, etc. - because losing this file makes for a Really Bad Day.
If you do this, then it makes a lot of sense to use super-strong, random passwords, like 20 characters long. You’re just copy & pasting, so make it count! And no reason not to make every site it’s own password.
Then, the only passwords you need to remember are the ones to unlock the password program, your laptop, and your phone. You can remember 3 really good passwords, like 1YellowBird&Snuffleupagus!
Last Edit: Nov 10, 2019 18:28:27 GMT -5 by DryCreek
I run this program before and after every Internet session. Why so often? It supposedly wipes out the tracking cookies(?) websites place on your computer and more important to me, websites that you never thought had the privilege of tracking you.
I do not have a Facebook, twitter, or Amazon accounts but they all show up as tracking agencies. I do not use Microsoft Explorer but they track me.
Just using the CCleaner in a basic mode claims to remove the trackers but they are back almost every time I start a new Internet session.
It is probably a long redundant site then. I hope I am blackmail proof as I really do not give a stuff what people think of me. It is the old saying, dog bites man is not news, man bites dog is. Midfle aged guy jerks off to internet porn, yawn.
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petrushka: In my world view, you are buying into some really shitty memes there.
Nov 5, 2019 17:25:20 GMT -5
apocrypha: The "feminist agenda" has changed across the past 60 years. Some feminists of the 60's call the current iteration "fainting couch feminism", thinking it a subversion and betrayal of women's lib. Hard to get a bead on what folks think, using a broad label.
Nov 8, 2019 9:37:14 GMT -5
apocrypha: No aspect of that article (which I amount to a magazine offering bad diet advice) promotes rape, coercion (beyond seduction), sexual assault, and I don't understand your public performance suggesting that they would be and thus implicating bfar.
Nov 8, 2019 9:41:51 GMT -5
mirrororchid: pfar, being sensitive means understanding how others think and feel. It doesn't mean you are compelled to adopt their thoughts and feelings. This is a matter of understanding people including loved ones. If you aren't sensitive, you lack tools to
Nov 11, 2019 8:09:49 GMT -5
mirrororchid: live well. You need not soften, but you should be able to understand vulnerability. Recognizing others' distress provides me with cues when I need to use self-control or extend help. If you're strong, you should be helping others. Use what works.
Nov 11, 2019 8:14:06 GMT -5
worksforme2: You know who I miss ...I miss smartkat and andie..and snowman 12345
Nov 14, 2019 9:16:44 GMT -5