It's a good time of year to do a complete sweep and refresh for your passwords. Just a few minutes ago I received an email from WordFence, a plugin I installed for my website. They woke up in the middle of the night to what they're saying is the worst brute force attack on WordPress websites they've ever seen. https://www.wordfence.com/blog/2017...rce=list&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=121817 So I immediately logged in and changed my password. I use the auto-generate feature on the profile page; it's always strong and totally random with lots of characters, letters and numbers. I suggest you do the same if you have a website. And wouldn't you know. When I logged out, refreshed the page, and tried logging in again with the old password, the system locked me out. Why? Too many failed login attempts. Something was actively trying to hack my website. Your first line of defense is a strong password. No passwords like this, folks: CrazyChickenLady12345 or JustHatchedMeSomeGoodOnes!! Gone are the days of passwords you can remember. If you can remember your password, it's not strong enough. I'm going to change all of my passwords today. If you automatically save your passwords, just go to the browser preferences, click on passwords and you'll find all of them listed. Sometimes we create so many accounts, we can't remember who, what, where, when and why! Merry Christmas!!