JM Internet Announces The Password Book is Available on Kindle for 99¢ on Amazon

The Password Book

We’re very excited about the Kindle version of The Password Book.

The JM Internet Group, a leader in online internet marketing training, is excited to announce that the company’s latest book, The Password Book, is now available on the Amazon Kindle platform for a special low price of 99¢. The book is unique among password books in being available in both paperback and digital format.

“Most books on passwords are simply a place to write down one’s Internet passwords,” explained Jason McDonald, Director of the JM Internet Group. “The Password Book, however, is different because while it is indeed – in the paperback format – a place to write down passwords, in both paperback and in digital (Kindle) format, it is also an explanation of how scams work and a step-by-step guide to auditing and upgrading one’s Internet security. For this reason, we are very excited to have it available on Amazon’s Kindle format for such a low price.”

To learn more about The Password Book in Kindle format visit http://amzn.to/2fs2u93 and in paperback at https://www.amazon.com/Password-Book-Internet-Security-Passwords/dp/1975999150/. Interested persons can view excerpts from the book, see the table of contents, and learn how and why The Password Book is a small but important book that everyone who worries about password and Internet security should purchase. Even if a person doesn’t want a place to write down passwords, The Password Book is still an important short read on how to create better passwords, how scams work, and how to audit one’s email and bank passwords for security vulnerabilities.

THE PASSWORD BOOK: A NEW DIGITAL BOOK FOR INTERNET SECURITY

Here is more background on The Password Book in digital (Kindle) format. Most books on Internet security are very technical and not written for a general audience. The technical cognoscenti often believe that everyone should use “perfect” passwords, usually defined with ridiculously difficult strings of upper and lower case letters, numerals, and special characters. Recent research has shown that this type of password is not only not necessary but may actually be harmful because the human user can’t keep up with these requirements. A…

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