It’s common knowledge that living in an online world, it is important to keep our information safe and changing our passwords often is one way to protect against evil hackers. But in my household, our passwords have been compromised by two pint-sized hackers, otherwise know as my children.
Netflix, iTunes and the simple TV remote code are no longer safe. Left unaddressed, I fear we would be subjected to incredible music and video game charges. But alas, we have become vigilant in our efforts to control this issue and have become creative with our password selections.
“I know. It must be our ages. Try that,” I hear from the basement playroom. “It’s not working. THEY must have changed it.”