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It’s likely that we’ve all created a password based off a pet name, the sports team you follow or simply ‘password’. Hackers can find and use this information to gain access to your accounts. The National Cyber Security Centre recommends using three random words to create a password. On top of this, it’s recommended that you use a mixture of letters, numbers and symbols, and a different password per account. But how do you create multiple secure passwords and remember which belongs to which account? This is where a password manager comes in.