When Someone Important Leaves the Company, Change Your Passwords


This really should go without saying. Gizmodo learned the lesson the hard way when one of their former employees got hacked, leaving the Gizmodo Twitter account and other profiles vulnerable to the foul-mouthed ways of the hackers.

As I posted on Techi, change your passwords often:

It’s understandable when a Twitter account or other social media profile is hacked when a current employee gets their computer or cloud service hacked. It’s unforgivable when the accounts are taken over because a  former employee gets hacked.


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