It’s 2019, and your log-ins should involve two things – a strong, unique password per account, and multi-factor authentication.
But if you went part way – created a strong password, but then are using it everywhere, read on.
Numerous hacked sites surrendered lots of people’s information so that strong password could be in a crook’s database. Then it’s only a matter of time until that crook’s bot cracks open your other online accounts.
What to do? If inertia is keeping you from making the change because you’re busy/stressed/distracted – good news. Just get a password manager and it will do a lot of the heavy lifting for you.