The Basics of Online Account Security (Infographic)

Published On: 13 December 2011 / Modified: 30 August 2018
Created By: Sean Lind
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Most online poker players know the ins and outs of keeping their online accounts secure.

For new players just getting started in online poker, there are a few basics everyone should know before depositing or transferring money online.

The infographic below goes over the basics of securing your online accounts including your poker account.

If you’re looking for a program to help keep your computer secure and your mind at ease, here are a few apps we recommend:

    1. AVG Free – Fully featured, high-quality, free virus protection.
  1. Housecall - Online virus scanner
  2. Snoop Free – Makes sure no one is snooping on you
  3. RedPasswords - Keep your passwords secure

If you’re looking for more detailed information on how to put together a strong password, you can find a great little guide on

  • How to Make a Strong/Secure Password

Check out the infographic below and share it with your network of friends.

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RickyRay 2011-12-14 15:21:31

Every one of my passwords is on that chart.

John Ship-it-all-in-ly 2011-12-14 12:53:23

So my password shouldn't be "password"?

John G 2011-12-14 12:35:02

Awesome graphic! many thanks guys


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