If hackers are after your password, it won’t take them long to guess it if it’s simple. In a split second, they can crack passwords with numbers or words that appear in the dictionary. They can then use that one password to access everything; they can get into your email accounts or make online purchases. So, it’s important that you use strong passwords.
Good password management
- • In public places, make sure others can’t read your password as you type it in.
• Use a different password for each account.
• Don’t write down your passwords.
• Change your password regularly.
• Banks and online shops will never ask you for your password. If you spot something suspicious, get in touch with your bank or the shop directly. ULCN will never ask you for your password either.
• Do not share your password with anyone.
• Use a password manager to help you remember your passwords. You can request the Keepass password manager for business use from the helpdesk.
If you want to change your ULCN password, you can find more information on this page.