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Notes & Numbers, May 2017

Pick Strong Passwords

Warn church staff not to put sensitive data and financial information at risk with easily hacked passwords—like "john316." Bible verses and many other common religious words aren't good candidates for computer and data protection, reported ChristianityToday.com.

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Church Finance Today, 2017, May
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