GoDaddy on passwords : John, don’t be sad …

Apparently, today’s not only Cinco de Mayo, it’s also World Password Day.

GoDaddy wants to remind us to change our passwords more often, and make them stronger so that cybercriminals won’t mess with our domains.

With that in mind, an email from GoDaddy features “John,” who is sad, because his password is short and apparently underperforming.

Don’t be sad, John, says GoDaddy.

Get a longer one, and enable two-factor authentication while you’re at it. 😀

As the biggest domain registrar in the world, GoDaddy is targeted often by cybercriminals, who attempt to steal domain names.

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GoDaddy : Don't be sad like John.

GoDaddy : Don’t be sad like John.



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2 Responses to “GoDaddy on passwords : John, don’t be sad …”
  1. Amanda says:

    My passwords are all different and have a mix of jumbled words, numbers, symbols and upper and lowercase letters. I thank my brothers for my unbreakable password skills due to the fact we all shared one computer growing up and we did not want the other to hack and tattle on any banned activity we were getting into.

  2. DomainGang says:

    Amanda – Too funny.

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