If you’ve kept up with web news, then you might have heard about the hack of the Gawker website, which exposed a ton of user’s password information to unsavory elements. Such an isolated incident wouldn’t be a big deal–except people tend to use the same password everywhere. We’ve all done it. You might be using the same password for your sensitive email as your Facebook. It’s convenient, and with so many web services and applications to work with, it is impractical to have a unique one for each site. On top of that, those folks working on corporate or otherwise sensitive sites might be used to changing your password every month or so. How to be secure while not creating a hassle?