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Boost your memory by Darren Bridger

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Make a mental memory vault for passwords

If you use computers and the Internet you will almost certainly have a list of user names and passwords to remember.

Here’s how to do it in the most secure way; use this technique and within thirty minutes you’ll have memorised all your computer passwords.

You’ll also have tightened up their security, making it less likely that a hacker or identity fraudster could gain access to your accounts.

While the Internet, in many ways, relieves the burden on us to memorise things (we can just look them up in seconds), there is one case in which it puts more pressure on us to remember. In order to take advantage of the ever-expanding range of services online we often have to create an ‘account’. When you ...

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