The perfect password is long, somewhat random, and only used in a single location. The weakest passwords are the ones that are short, obvious, and used for multiple services. Weak passwords can easily turn one stolen credential combination into a complete invasion of your digital life. While most people can remember a handful of complex passwords, no one can remember a 20 character passwords for 50+ services. This is where password managers come in. We’re not talking about clicking yes when Chrome asks you to remember a password for a site either. Password managers can track any number of complex passwords and most can even generate passwords for users. Some managers even have additional features such as password auto fill and and syncing between devices. Exploring password managers like Bitwarden and KeePass is a good place to start.