September 19 Newsletter

Tech Tip

When using a password manager enable two-factor authentication! This can be a text message or an OTP generator (One Time Password), such as Google Authenticator or Yubikey. They can be attached to your account and required each time you log in. This sounds like more work, but once you've gotten used to using it, it makes it almost impossible for someone to break into any of your accounts.

When using a password manager enable two-factor authentication! This can be a text message or an OTP generator (One Time Password), such as Google Authenticator or Yubikey. They can be attached to your account and required each time you log in. This sounds like more work, but once you’ve gotten used to using it, it makes it almost impossible for someone to break into any of your accounts.

Author: Mike Bowden

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Mike Bowden is the Owner, Project Manager, and all-around knower-of-techy-things at OBS. He's been in the technology industry since he could read and loves anything silicon-based. He's been a WordPress fanboy for well over fifteen years and has seen the good the bad in the industry. He spends most of his time now, helping others build their dream website, hosting, and protecting his clients' websites.

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