How To Create Strong Password To Prevent Your Account From Being Hack


It is very important to be security conscious whenever you are on #internet. 

There are many conmen on the web who rob people through the internet. They could easily get the password to any of your online accounts and transfer your #money, bitcoin or any valuable things to their account. Conmen use applications that generate passwords and crack codes automatically. If your password is too weak, you're under the threat of a hack.

There are 5 categories of password complexity:

Very weak password:
Even a novice hacker can crack this kind of password. because it's straightforward, it usually contains letters or digits that are located in sequence on the keyboard.

E.g: asdfgh; 123456.

weak Password:
This is a password containing letters (it's usually a word or digits) it can also be the date of birth that is not located in sequence on the keyboard. And it can be easily hacked.

E.g: Ronaldo; 020475.

Medium complexity password:
This password contains letters and digits and its over 8 characters long. This kind of password is not easy to crack, but an experienced hacker can do it.

E.g. lionelmessi1331; neverworkalone25.

Strong password:
This password is hard to crack even for an experienced hacker. It has more than 11 characters which are letters in the upper and lower cases (capital and small letters) and digits.

E.g. sUperaEgLes1731; GUNNEersForLife55144.

Very Strong Password: 
This password would give a hard time even to intelligence services, not to talk of usual hackers. It contains at least 15 characters which are upper and lower case letters, digits and special characters.

E.g. [email protected]_44389; InFOrmaTionis%poW_er_71.

So to ensure the safety of your Online Account, make sure you use strong and very strong passwords. Also, change your password each 3 to 6 months. if you find it hard to create a strong password, you can make use of online password generators.

Note: Don't store passwords in a text file on your computer - memorize or note them on a sheet of paper and keep it somewhere safe.

For further convenience and safety, use a free password manager  "KeePass". It will keep your passwords in a safe database. Create a single universal strong password to access the software. With KeePass, you can use the same password to open any websites.

Always Stay Safe Online......

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