Google releases security checklist

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Google has created an 18-part checklist to help users better secure their computer, browser, Google account and Gmail settings. Among the tips Google suggests are that users choose unique passwords for their various online accounts, that they "periodically" change their passwords and that they never respond to messages or phone calls requesting their usernames or passwords. — DK
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