What is the use of Password Protecting my Documents?

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How much of a benefit is password protection in documents?

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What is the use of Password Protecting my Documents?

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Simple password protection without encryption was first introduced with Microsoft Office 2000 in an effort to help users prevent unauthorized access to important information. 

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What is the use of Password Protecting my Documents?

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The option of password protection in MS Office is a great invention and it has a lot of benefits. Using passwords is important to protect your information, but one advantage to using Excel over other products is, it is widely used.

If you forget your password, you can find many tools to help you recover it into your Excel database–mostly for free. This may seem odd, but many people forget passwords and being able to still access your data is important. 

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What is the use of Password Protecting my Documents?

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Password protection is very important nowadays. As the technology is rapidly developing, information and documents stored in your computer can be easily stolen with the use of networks.

If you have put a password in your file, it is not easy to access anymore unless they know the password. Although the password can be stolen using brute force attack, still it gives you a protection. Brute force may take days or years of infiltration if the password is strong.

Password is just like putting door lock in your house, the lock can be destroyed but it gives you protection from stealing. This will reduce your vulnerability from the stealer.

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What is the use of Password Protecting my Documents?

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We use password for protect our files because suppose if we sends some confidential information to the other then no-one in between can access this information.

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