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Store passwords in places that can easily be remembered. Have backup copies of files that contain your passwords. Designate a backup person if you need to. Password security should not be taken lightly and I would urge you to pay more attention to this. I am going to leave you with a great reference to check out. One that will give you some really great tips to ponder and put into play.

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The doors are a burglar’s most common means of entry. Know that a steel or solid core door, not a hollow core door, is more resistant to forced entry. Replace a push button knob lock with a deadbolt lock to add more resistance. Many homes have double hung windows which can be “pinned” by installing a pin in the lower window sash. Keep your garage door closed when the garage is unattended. An open garage door is an open invitation for any thief. Illuminate the exterior entrances to your home. No burglar wants to be visible as they walk around a home. Make sure to trim bushes down to reduce hiding places. All bushes should be trimmed so they do not cover windows and doors; preferably less than 3 feet tall. Trees should be trimmed up so burglars may not hide behind them.