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We opened the floor to stories about passwords you should never, ever use earlier this month, and our readers didn't disappoint.
The advent of Web 2.0 and the rise of social networking sites and other web services has compelled most of us to create dozens of new accounts - each requiring a username and a password.
Have anyone ever told you before that it is risky to use a public computer (such as an Internet cafe) to surf the Web and login to all your online accounts? The main reason for this is because there could be keylogger software or spyware installed in the public terminal that can capture your username and password when you type on the keyboard.