Password Organizer

Using Mitto’s online password organizer is one of the easiest ways imaginable to protect yourself against identity theft. Our high level of secure password storage adds many layers of protection so that nobody can gain access to or steal your valuable information. This means that you can have the convenience that Mitto provides of having one-click access to all of your important online account log-in and password information without having to worry about your information falling into the wrong hands.

But that doesn’t mean that you are completely safe. There are some additional things that you can do along with using the Mitto service to ensure the safety of your online information. Here are a few tips:

Use various, difficult passwords. If you have a password that’s easy to remember, chances are that it’s easy for someone to guess. Using your Social Security number, birth date or spouse’s name are very bad ideas – almost anyone can get this information online in a matter of seconds. Instead, create more complex codes (numbers, lowercase and upsercase letters, symbols, and at least 8 characters) that are different for each site – using Mitto for your free password storage allows you to do this without having to worry about remembering them in the future.

Don’t leave your passwords lying around. If someone breaks into your house, one of the first places they go is the computer. Why? Because people frequently leave their online passwords and log-in information on notepads and scraps of paper out in the open. Getting access to your bank account can be far more valuable than your new TV – and harder to detect. If you have trouble trying to remember a password, don’t leave it where other people can get to it – use Mitto to protect your passwords.

Keep your web browsers and operating systems up to date.   Make sure that you apply security patches and updates on a regular basis to protect yourself from any unpatched security vulnerabilities.

Use security software tools as your first line of defense.  As aptly stated by the National Cyber Security Alliance, Internet security is a combination of tools and behaviors. Each computer connected to the Internet needs a full suite of current security software such as anti-virus, firewalls, anti-spyware and malware software, email scanning, and anti-phishing protection (Source: )