Brandon,MB, Canada, 16th Jul 2022, King NewsWire, Not all passwords are created equal. If a password has been reused on another website or program, the higher is the risk.
Attackers often steal or purchase a repository of hacked passwords or “hashes” of passwords and then try to reuse them to gain access to other sites. If a password reset notification was received and an attempt was not made to sign into the account — that’s probably an attacker trying a password-stuffing attack on site.
Intuit recommended a complex password be chosen for files containing sensitive data such as social security numbers, credit card numbers and employers’ identification numbers, and can only be changed by the administrator.
Intuit recently started requiring an online password, even to log into the desktop version of QuickBooks, its accounting and bookkeeping software. Those with a QuickBooks file that includes sensitive information such as payroll or credit cards must also sign in with an online account first. For years desktop users have only needed a username. Even so, many users felt the change seemed heavy-handed, especially when combined with a mandate to change passwords every 90 days.
In the case of lost or forgotten QuickBooks passwords, E-Tech recommends using the QuickBooks Password reset tool. “Before downloading the QuickBooks password recovery tool, you must first need to verify the ownership to the QuickBooks company file by filling up an online form. It is crucial to precisely fill the information in the password reset form to download the password recovery tool for changing QuickBooks Desktop password, “E-Tech’s John Rocha said.
E-Tech’s Password Recovery Service will recover or reset a password from all versions of QuickBooks Data files. In case of a forgotten Administrator password, the service can recover or reset the password from the data file and works with all versions of QuickBooks including QuickBooks for Mac, QuickBooks Enterprise, Pro, and Premier.
For more information, visit: https://e-tech.ca/Quickbooks-Password-Recovery.aspx
Founded in 2001, E-Tech is a leading file repair, data recovery, and data conversion services provider in the United States and Canada. The company works to stay up to date on the latest technology news, reviews, and more for their customers.
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