Another weekend, another massive data breach. This time it was real estate insurance giant First American Financial, which according to the KrebsOnSecurity security news site, exposed over 800 million sensitive records because of a bug in its website.

You may be affected or not. Either way, it's time to get busy and update your digital life, with new passwords, a password manager and two-factor authentication. 

The most common password used, even to this day, is "password" and 123456. Security experts recommend a strong mix of letters, numbers and symbols, preferably ones that make no sense, says Emmanual Schalit, the founder of Dashlane, a popular password manager, which automatically generates tough ones. (Dashlane is free on one device, or $59.99 yearly on multiple devices.)