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Posted Monday, March 17, 2014 11:13 AM


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Pet peeve: when a website has password limitations. Password must be less than 10 characters, or must be alphanumeric only (no symbols) - that's a common one. Hrumpf.
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Definitely.

I also avoid the old Facebook hooks into everything malarkey. Twitter too. To be honest, I can't stand Facebook. I use Twitter. I also dislike the way social media sites want to permeate through my whole digital existence. No thanks!!!


Gaz

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Posted Thursday, March 20, 2014 12:48 PM
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Be aware, if you ever type that password manager password in to some other site, then anyone who's ever taken a copy of it and gets that password can open it up.

Lol thats sort of a pet peeve of mine, folks at a few jobs of mine would go to a website that has NOTHING TO DO with our company, be presented with a login prompt, and proceed to type in their LOCAL credentials as if they were logging into windows first thing in the morning.
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