So over the past few weeks, I informed you that your passwords probably suck and why they suck, and then I gave you some general tips on how to make sure your passwords are strong. Today, we’ll take a look at how to actually put together some killer passwords that aren’t going to get hacked (unless you write them down on sticky notes and plaster them all over your office…I just can’t help you with that one).
So you logged into Facebook to find the 46th request of the week to play Monster Face Punch from your Facebook friends. You’re sick of getting these invitations. You hate monsters, and the last thing you want to do is spend time punching one in the face. (Note: There is no Monster Face Punch. I made it up, so stop looking for it.)
Instead of screaming, “For the last time, I don’t want to run a match-three mafia farm!” at your screen, you can simply block the game in Facebook so that you stop getting those requests. Cool, eh? Facebook wants to make money by sucking you into more Facebook games and pages, so they don’t make a big fuss about this blocking feature. But it’s there.
Here’s how you can do it…