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Creating Strong, Yet Easy-to-Memorize Passwords
« on: May 08, 2020, 11:59:51 PM »
Here's a useful article showing how to not only create strong passwords but how to help you remember them.

https://hotforsecurity.bitdefender.com/blog/the-art-of-creating-strong-yet-easy-to-memorize-passwords-22731.html

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How to create a strong password:

Step 1 – think of a word that is meaningful to you or your purpose. For the sake of the example, we’ll choose ”password”
Step 2 – add case sensitivity for some of the letters; for instance – PASSword
Step 4 – add numbers that are meaningful to you between the letters – PASS26word
Step 5 – increase the length and strength of the password with symbols and punctuation. – !PASS26word
Step 6 – Consider putting this word in a phrase or a silly (and hard to predict) maths equation: iLove!PASS26word or !PASS26word +5 = Onehundred
Step 7 – Since cybercriminals typicalls use a “dictionary attack” to “guess” passwords., add a word in another language: !PASS26wordHOLA

 

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