1. Change your password

As an added layer of security, change your passwords on a regular basis.

2. Password syntax

Try to avoid words, phrases, and numbers while creating a new password because it can be easily found on your social media accounts.

Most people use their birthdays, phone number, anniversary dates, social security numbers, pets name or your child's name etc. These are all weak choices, this can give hint to a hacker, so please try to avoid them.

Remember, the best passwords contain as much randomness as possible – using unlikely combinations and random characters is a great strategy. Be creative!

Bad: Fuzzydog82

Better: %FuZZyD0G#8254!

Best: myFuzzyDog-eats4bones!Aday-BIG$

3. Do not reuse a password

It’s important to remember that you should not use your Reloadly password for accounts outside of Reloadly – no matter how strong it is – your Reloadly portal password should be exclusive to Reloadly because otherwise if one of your accounts gets compromised, then Reloadly's account can be compromised too.

4. Do not write your passwords

To keep your password safe, avoid storing your password on an online platform. Storing passwords in Excel is also risky and dangerous. Hence, you can store your password in Password managers, it is the simplest and safest way to store passwords.

5. Logout

Always log out of the user portal, even if you're the only person using your device. Sign out every time you log in, doing so will enssure you safety as well as help you in memorizing your password. Even if you using a public network then also you must log out from that device.

6. Do not use Free wifi

FREE is a trap! Avoid using the network which advertises free WIFI. Whether it be the airport, hotel or somebody else's house verify it, before accessing that network. You can use a VPN, to ensure that your traffic is safe and encrypted.

7. Enable 2FA

8. Format your devices

If you are changing your computer or phone, then the next person who will be using it has the possibility of gaining access to your saved passwords. To avoid such issues, don't forget to format your device before giving it to someone.

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