Because even in the late eighties it was important to secure your data… here are six wonderful ways to remind your coworkers and associates. Images courtesy Vanguard Marketing Services. I couldn’t find them on the internet, so maybe they didn’t follow their own advice.
This is one of my biggest pet peeves. Don’t be this guy. Also, the bad punctuation really bothers me.
Back then, password was the more commonly-used “password”. Now it’s “password123”. We’ve come so far.
If it wasn’t such a terrible idea, “MUM” would actually be a pretty funny password. Only slightly more clever than “password.”
Dat asset! I wonder what the asterisk was supposed to imply?
Those eyes kind of freak me out.
Getting “logged off” sounds dirty.