Top 10 Tips To Create Strong Password

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These days there are lot of problems due to week passwords . Passwords are used every day to day for a variety of reasons and an strong password can protect your self from hackers and scammers.

Here are 10 tips to create a strong password to save your self from hackers and scammers

  1. Use a number and / or punctuation  ([email protected]#$%^&*?.,:'{[]_=)
  2. Change your password every 3 months
  3. Use different passwords for different sites
  4. Always use at least 8 characters or more
  5. Mix upper and lower case letters (WeAreHackers)
  6. Use a phrase with no spaces (don’t use proper spelling, that is ‘dictionary words’though)
  7. Use multiple words strong together separated by punctuation
  8. Never use personal information (such as your someone you know, name, etc)
  9. Never use common single words (for example, blue, cat, etc)
  10. Never share your passwords with anyone.

Treat your password like your toothbrush. Don’t let anybody else to use it and get a new one every six months.

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One thought on “Top 10 Tips To Create Strong Password

  • March 11, 2015 at 4:47 pm
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    proof read ur articles before they are published.. certainly not “necessary” but syntax errors like “used every day to day”, and “and an strong password can protect your self from hackers and scammers.” have a negative impact on ur perceived authority on the subject. I, for one, am far less likely to heed ur warnings and advice in light of such mistakes.

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