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Safe use of e-mail

Due to reappearing computer incidents, resulting with stolen e-mail passwords, WCSS remind you of basic security-related rules:

  • do not use dictionary entries as passwords
  • do not use short passwords (under 8 signs)
  • a password should consist of digits, letters (small and capital) and special characters
  • do not use the official e-mail address for web portals registration
  • UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES USE THE SAME PASSWORD ON DIFFERENT INTERNET SITES

Following those basic rules highly increases the level of security. Even if your password and login (or e-mail address) get stolen and published on the Internet, allowing the access to one of the sites, it will not be possible to use the stolen details to get the access to other systems. A good idea is to create a separate, free e-mail account only for Internet forums registrations. You must not use the official account for such purposes. Obviously, each used password should comply with the above safety rules. You also cannot forget about frequent updates of anti virus vaccines and software on your computer.

We also recommend:

  • under no circumstances pass on any of your access details (e-mail, login, password),
  • notify our security operators of any untypical events such as the above.