The more online access you have, the more passwords you are likely accumulating.
While some people re-use passwords for multiple online accounts such as Facebook, Google+, and Twitter, etc., this is a dangerous practice from a security perspective.
If a hacker somehow gets a hold of your password, he or she has access to every other online account that uses that password.
The best practice is to have a strong and unique password for each account. But how can you manage all of these passwords?
There are a couple of open source programs that can do the job. KeePass and Password Safe allow you to organize and store your passwords securely.
Best of all—they are free!