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You can and should be using spaces in your passwords — here’s why

There's no reason that your password should be a single word — a "passphrase" consisting of multiple words is much safer.
It's easy to add or remove passwords from Excel spreadsheets.

How to add or remove a password from your Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, to keep your data secure and private

You can add or remove a password from your Excel spreadsheets through the File tab. You'll do it slightly differently on a Mac and PC.
You can password protect a folder in Windows 10 using a program called WinRar.

How to password protect a folder in Windows 10, to keep your files safe from prying eyes

You can password protect a folder in Windows 10 using a program called WinRar, which is free to download and use.
There are two ways to enable cookies on a Galaxy S10 web browser.

How to see the passwords you’ve saved on your Samsung Galaxy S10, and delete or copy them

You can see the passwords saved on your Samsung Galaxy S10 by opening the Settings menu in Google Chrome.

How to turn off the password feature on Windows 10 for quicker access to your computer

You can turn off the password feature on Windows 10 if you want quicker and easier access to your computer — although it will be less secure.
You can recover and reset your Google password if you don't remember it.

‘What is my Google password?’: How to recover your Google password if you’ve forgotten it, or change to a new one

You can recover and reset your Google password if you don't remember it, or change it to a new one at any time. Here's how to do it.

A cybersecurity expert says you can take these steps to make sure your accounts aren’t ‘low-hanging fruit’ for hackers

Most cyber-attacks target people who haven't taken basic precautions to secure their accounts, making them vulnerable to potential hackers.

A cybersecurity expert describes the underground hacker network where stolen usernames and passwords are ‘traded like Pokémon cards’

Hackers use secret networks to aggregate and trade millions of stolen login credentials and passwords, according to a cybersecurity expert.

How to set up autofill on a Mac computer in Safari, so you don’t have to type in your information each time

It's easy to set up autofill on your Mac computer in a Safari browser, so you don't have to type in your information each time. Here's how to do it.
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How to find all of your saved passwords on an iPhone, and edit or delete them

To find passwords on your iPhone, you'll have to go into your Settings and find your Passwords menu. You can edit or delete passwords from this menu.