Do you use the same password for everything?
With all the different sites being targeted by hackers, it's always a good
idea to use a different password for every site you visit. However, most people don't. I know most of you geniuses already realize this, but for the not so genius people I want to offer a solution. The truth is there could be websites that you are part of, such as Woot for example, that have been hacked and didn't even know it. Or there could be websites that you use that do know they've been hacked, but would like to keep it secret. I've been using an add-on called PasswordMaker which is really cool. The geniuses probably have already heard of it.
Here is what it does-
You provide PasswordMaker two pieces of information: a "master password" and the URL of the website requiring a password. Through the magic of one-way hash algorithms, PasswordMaker calculates a message digest, also known as a digital fingerprint, which can be used as your password for the website.
More info- http://passwordmaker.org