Passwords are a real security threat. You would see that more and more (Over 80%) hacking-related breaches are due to weak or stolen passwords. So to safeguard your personal information and assets, creating secure passwords is a big first step.
Generally impossible-to-crack passwords are complex with multiple types of characters (numbers, letters, and symbols). Making your passwords different for each website, app, email account, bank account, credit account and other online digital assets helps defend against hacking. The passwords you generate on this page are never sent across the web.
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Always use a unique password for each account you create. The danger with reusing passwords is that as soon as one site has a security issue, it‘s very easy for hackers to try the same username and password combination on other websites.
Do not use any personally identifiable information in your passwords. Names, birthdays, and street addresses may be easy to remember but note that these are also easily found online and should always be avoided in passwords to ensure the greatest strength.
Make sure your passwords are at least 8 to 12 characters long and contain letters, numbers, and special characters. Some people prefer to generate passwords which are 14 or 20 characters in length.
Change your passwords periodically and definitely if you have shared them with someone, or a known website has had a data breach. You should never share your passwords via email or text message.