The safest thing to do is create a unique password for each and every site, and here is how!
Do you have the same password for most everything? Have you created two or three different levels of security depending upon the application? If the answer is yes for either, then your security is not assured given the reality that if a single site is breeched then every site you subscribe to may be compromised as well. Also, don’t you hate when you are forced to change your password periodically on one of your sites…how do you manage this? Do you begin writing these passwords down on a piece of paper…If any of this sounds familiar then you are like most people. The reality is that the safest thing to do is create a unique password for each and every site. This is precisely what 1Password allows you to do, and it is an extension to your browser so that it is maintained. It only requires that you remember a single master password that must pass serious security muster for them to allow you to use it. It syncs across all devices and reduces the likelihood of a data breach impacting you.