May 29, 2013 * Webinar Notes
Keystone Computer Concepts

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Thanks! 
If you attended our webinar on Wednesday, May 29, 2013, we just want to say "Thanks!"  If you missed our Password Nightmares webinar, here's where you can watch the video presentation, download our PowerPoint in PDF format, purchase RoboForm and get the other links I promised during the webinar.

 

Here is the Password Nightmares PowerPoint presentation, in PDF format:

Webinar 05-29-2013 PowerPoint.

Remember, you can read our notes for any slide which has them. Simply look for the note icon in the upper left-hand corner of the slide.

 

To watch the video recording of the webinar, Password Nightmares,  just click HERE.  If you prefer to save the video to your computer to watch later, you can right-click HERE and choose Save As or Save Target As and download it to your computer.

 

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Links

 

During the webinar, I mentioned that there are free encrption programs you can use to encrypt a file - such as a password text file - on your computer. Here are links to a few of these programs:

 

TrueCrypt (The one we use at KCC. A little complicated at first but once you're passed the learning curve, a great free program.)

 

FolderProtector (Simplier to use than TrueCrypt but not as extensive.)

 

AxCrypt (A great little program that's not too difficult to use.)

 

I also showed a screenshot from our blog on passwords. If you haven't read this posting, you definitely should! Here's the link:

http://www.4kcc.com/blog2/?p=222

 

That's it for this webinar. Please feel free to email us with any questions.

 

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