Accounts You probably already use a password that is difficult to guess to prevent hackers from taking over your account.
However, a safety step is apparently not enough. Take your time to strengthen security on accounts that are scattered on the internet like the one on this list.
1. Always use HTPPS. Click the “Always use HTTPS” on Facebook, Twitter, Gmail, Google and other online services that support HTTPS. Without HTTPS, especially when you use public WiFi network, then someone can steal your login data via software reconnaissance.
2. Use a two-step verification contained in the Google Accounts. So if anyone tries to hack your Google account from different computers, then they should type in the code that is sent directly to your cell phone in the form of SMS or voice call.
3. 2-step verification can also be a warning to you that there is piracy.
If you receive an SMS verification code (or a voice call) from Google without asking, then there is likely someone knows your password even though they will not be able to break into without the code.
4. Connect your mobile telepom number with a Facebook account. This is important because you will get an SMS and email when your account is accessible from a computer or other mobile phones.
5. Revisit any third party sites that have access to your social accounts and remove the applications that you no longer wear.
6. Consider having two (2) email accounts, one to put on blogs or networking sites, the other for the sake of a more personal or for business.
7. Use the password managers if you often forget your login data. Or you can put all your passwords in one document and then upload them in an encrypted online storage service like Dropbox.
That way you do not need to fear forgetting passwords and also can access the Dropbox from any computer.