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Best Passwords

Best Passwords – No sane person would ever like someone else reading their email.  Or for that matter some other person using their password and breaking into their online banking or social media like Twitter or Facebook. You should, therefore, always choose a strong, secure password. The password should be in such a way that it would be a hard to crack for others but nice and easy for you to remember. The more random and mixed-up you make it, the harder it is for others to crack. Although if you make them really mixed up, you may not remember it. Mind you, if your password is too simple it may be compromised. Letting the password crackers take over your identity.

 

If your password is too short, it will be vulnerable to attack. The attacker may get hold of the cryptographic hash of the password. Present-day computers are fast enough to try all alphabetic passwords shorter than seven characters. We can call a password weak if it is short or is a default, or which can be rapidly guessed by searching a subset of all possible passwords. These could be such as words in the dictionary, proper names, words based on the user name or common variations on these themes.

 

With a strong password, it would be sufficiently long, random, or which can be produced only by the user who chose it, so that ‘guessing’ for it will take a long time. For maximum security, the user should follow these simple guidelines:

 

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Best Passwords Guidelines

1) Passwords should preferably be at least 8 characters long and not more than 14.

 

2) Passwords should contain a mix of numbers, letters, and special characters such as (%&tech;[email protected]).

 

3) Passwords should not contain a dictionary word from any dictionary, be it French, Spanish, medical, etc.

 

4) Each password should be different from the user’s User-ID and any permutation of that User-ID.

 

5) New passwords and old passwords should differ by at least 5 characters.

 

If you are finding that remembering these tough secure passwords too difficult, them you should think about a password manger . There are some really goods one out there. Some are free and some are paid for. It all depends on what you are look for in the manager.

 

6) Avoid picking names or nicknames of people, pets, or places, or personal information that can be easily found out, such as your birthday, address etc.

 

7) It’s wise to stay away from common keyboard sequences, such as dfgh678 or abc345 .

 

8) Never form a password by appending a digit to a word. That can be easily guessed.

 

9) Avoid writing your password down or storing it on your computer.

 

10) Never share your password with anyone else.

 

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