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  2. xkcd Password Generator - Preshing

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    xkcd Password Generator The button below will generate a random phrase consisting of four common words. According to yesterday’s xkcd strip , such phrases are hard to guess (even by brute force), but easy to remember, making them interesting password choices.

  3. On the other hand, passwords with special symbols, for instance, are harder to remember, so you might wish to exclude those characters if you need to keep the password in your head. Please note that we have excluded symbols 0, O, |, I, 1 and l (zero, capital o, pipe, capital i, digit one and string letter l) to avoid possible confuse and future ...

  4. Memorable Password Generator - mdigi.tools

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    Our password generator does this automatically for you and help you keep the password memorable yet strong. What characters are replaced with special characters in a word or phrase password? Our tool uses the following replacements that you can easily remember:

  5. Online Password Generator - Text Editor

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    Password Checklist. To prevent robots stealing your password and breaking into your account make sure you go through and remember this checklist: Beware of phishing websites! For example if you get an email to change your PayPal login, make sure that the link in the email doesn't take you to a different domain that looks the same as PayPal.

  6. Password Generator | LastPass

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    Names, birthdays, and street addresses may be easy to remember but they’re also easily found online and should always be avoided in passwords to ensure the greatest strength. Make sure your passwords are at least 12 characters long and contain letters, numbers, and special characters.

  7. Strong Password Examples In 5 Easy Steps For Safer Accounts

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    An example of a strong password is “Cartoon-Duck-14-Coffee-Glvs”. It is long, contains uppercase letters, lowercase letters, numbers, and special characters. It is a unique password created by a random password generator, and it is easy to remember. Strong passwords should not contain personal information.

  8. Don't make it easy for someone to crack your password! For example, a couple of years back Gawker Media [owner of various popular blogs and sites such as Lifehacker] got hacked. Horrifyingly, 2516 Gawker account holders used "123456" as a password, while another 2188 used "password" for a password. You get the idea.

  9. Create strong passwords for free | F-Secure

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    Password entropy indicates how easy it is for a password cracking software to guess a password. The more passwords the software has to try before guessing the password the higher the entropy is. The calculation is an assessment of how difficult it is to crack the password with methods commonly used by hackers.

  10. The word "passphrase" is used to convey the idea that a password, which is a single word, is far too short to protect you and that using a longer phrase is much better. The increased length can allow for a greater number of possibilities overall, even if you use a passphrase made of random words to help you remember it.

  11. Citefast is a FREE APA, MLA and Chicago citation generator. Generate references, bibliographies, in-text citations and title pages quickly and accurately. Used by students and professionals.