• Is my interaction/communication with FRC All Music secure?

    FRC Safe.PNG HTTPS stands for Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure. It is a protocol for securing the communication between two systems e.g. the browser and the web server.

    In simple language this means your interaction between your computer browser and our FRC All Music website is secure. This prevents anyone (hackers) from reading and modifying the data during the transfer between the browser and the web server. Even if hackers manage to intercept the communication, they will not be able to use it because the message is encrypted.

    FRC All Music is regular tested by third party agency's.

  • How should I choose my password?

    These days, it's increasingly affordable to build extremely powerful and fast password cracking tools that can try tens of millions of possible password combinations per second. The most secure method for remembering your passwords is to create a list of every Web site for which you have a password and next to each one write your login name and a clue that has meaning only for you. To protect your passwords from local prying eyes, drop a check mark into the box next to "Use Master Password" at the main Options page, and choose a strong password that only you can remember. You will then be prompted to enter the master password once per session when visiting a site that uses one of your stored passwords.

    • Never use the password you've picked for your email account at any online site: If you do, and an e-commerce site you are registered at gets hacked, there's a good chance someone will be reading your e-mail soon.
    • Create unique passwords that use a combination of words, numbers, symbols, and both upper- and lower-case letters.
    •  Avoid using simple adjacent keyboard combinations: For example, "qwerty" and "asdzxc" and "123456" are horrible passwords and that are trivial to crack.
    • Whatever you do, don't store your list of passwords on your computer in plain text. The most secure method for remembering your passwords is to create a list of every Web site for which you have a password and next to each one write your login name and a clue that has meaning only for you. If you forget your password, most Web sites will email it to you (assuming you can remember which email address you signed up with).
    • Do not choose passwords based upon details that may not be as confidential as you 'd expect, such as your birth date, your Social Security or phone number, or names of family members.
    • Some of the easiest-to-remember passwords aren't words at all but collections of words that form a phrase or sentence, perhaps the opening sentence to your favorite novel, or the opening line to a good joke. Complexity is nice, but length is key. It used to be the case that picking an alphanumeric password that was 8-10 characters in length was a pretty good practice. These days, it's increasingly affordable to build fast and extremely powerful password cracking tools that can try tens of millions of possible password combinations per second. Just remember that each character you add to a password or passphrase makes it an order of magnitude harder to attack via brute-force methods.
    • One thing to note about password storage in Firefox: If you have not enabled and assigned a "master password" to manage your passwords in Firefox, anyone with physical access to your computer and user account can view the stored passwords in plain text, simply by clicking "Options," and then "Show Passwords." To protect your passwords from local prying eyes, drop a check mark into the box next to "Use Master Password" at the main Options page, and choose a strong password that only you can remember. You will then be prompted to enter the master password once per session when visiting a site that uses one of your stored passwords.
    • Do not use your network username as your password.
    • Do not use words that can be found in the dictionary. Password-cracking tools freely available online often come with dictionary lists that will try thousands of common names and passwords. If you must use dictionary words, try adding a numeral to them, as well as punctuation at the beginning or end of the word (or both!).
    • Don't use easily guessed passwords, such as "password" or "user.".
    • Avoid using the same password at multiple Web sites. It's generally safe to re-use the same password at sites that do not store sensitive information about you (like a news Web site) provided you don't use this same password at sites that are sensitive.
  • Why do I get an email about "New Device Notification"?

    We at FRC All Music, we're frequently working with new methods to shield your account from unauthorised access. 

    We've constantly dedicated substantial effort and time to safety and security. We've constructed technological systems that run behind the scenes to promptly find as well as obstruct questionable activities.

    One of  our safety actions is an attribute that look for the devices you typically utilize to visit. If the system detects a login from  a new device it will inform you via email whenever your account is accessed from a device you have not used before.

    We understand this could result in false positives, if this occurs frequently please let us know we will work with you to identify the cause.

    We're positive that our security systems will do a whole lot to avoid unapproved logins.  As constantly, however, the initial line of protection is you. We require you to assist by exercising secure actions on FRC All Music as well as anywhere you go on the internet.

  • Why can't I just use my usual short password?

    To protect your account the FRC All Music password policy requires passwords with a minimum of 8 characters, which have to include uppercase and lowercase characters plus a number.

    With current technology it will take approx 6 month to hack a password with the above complexity. We encourage you to include a symbol like $&* which will increase the hack time to about 1 decade.

    For FRC All Music Pro Account Members we offer for added security 2 factor authentication. Combined with a strong password and 2 factor authentication this will make your account very safe.

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