What is my Password?

What is my password?

Guys, If You Think Today we are gonna share our passwords with you guys, so, frankly speaking you guys also know that’s not possible. But Instead we want you guys to ask yourselves “What is my password” Guys, Nowadays we get a lot of mail, which states that, I’ve forgot my password, My account is hacked, I’m not able to use my account.

Looks Like in today’s era we didn’t give that much importance to passwords as our home key or car key or locker key. As you guys always take care of these things very carefully.

But, sadly, most of you guys forgot that you also have and identity in online world/virtual world of your own.

And, If that identity is handled carelessly than it can expose your identity or any other confidential data, For eg: Facebook, Bank accounts, Gmail etc.

It’s like that you have kept same passwords for your convenience, Agreed, But by chance if that password gets hacked it may compromise your other websites too, as those have same passwords too,

We don’t have any kind of motive to threat you, we just want you guys to be safe to be alert, as and old age saying, prevention is better than cure.

Here are some tips and Some common FAQ’s Answered!

According to Norton Security, Here’s a list of some of the top password choices for millions of computer users:






If you have such kind of password then you should change it now!

Now The Main Question? How can we remember all these passwords?

So, For that we would recommend you to use a good password manager like lastpass.

What is a secure password?

Includes Numbers, Symbols, Capital Letters, and Lower-Case Letters: Use a mix of different types of characters to make the password harder to crack. Isn’t a Dictionary Word or Combination of Dictionary Words: Stay away from obvious dictionary words and combinations of dictionary words. Any word on its own is bad.

How to make our account more secure?

You can use Two-step authentication or multi-factor authentication.

 How long does it take to crack a password of 8 characters?

As per this link, with speed of 1,000,000,000 Passwords/sec, cracking a 8 character password composed using 96 characters takes 83.5 days. But a recent research presented at Password^12 in Norway, shows that 8 character passwords are no more safe. They can be cracked in 6 hours.

Use a different password for every website you visit!

We know it seems like password overload but it is a lot less work than dealing with getting hacked. If that’s hard to remember try password manager like last pass, keepass.

Change your passwords every three months.

How to make our passwords more complex?

Here are some Do’s and Don’ts Which will help you a lot!

A good password is one you can remember but a hacker can’t guess or crack using software tools. A good password is unique and complex. Here are some dos and don’ts for creating and maintaining strong passwords:

Do use a combination of uppercase and lowercase letters, symbols, and numbers.

Do make sure your passwords are at least eight characters long. The more characters your passwords contain, the more difficult they are to guess.

Do try to make your passwords as meaningless and random as possible.

Do create different passwords for each account.

Do change your passwords regularly.

Don’t use names or numbers associated with you, such as a birth date or nickname.

Don’t use your user name or login name in any form.

Don’t use a derivative of your name, the name of a family member, or the name of a pet.

Don’t use a solitary word in any language. Hackers have dictionary-based tools to crack these types of passwords.

Don’t use “123456”, the word “password,” or any of the other poor password examples shown above.

Don’t ever write your passwords down, and never give them out to anyone.

Better Passwords:

Begin by creating a password phrase that you will customize for each website you use. For example, one possible phrase is “I want to go to England.” Next, convert this phrase to an abbreviation by using the first letters of each word and changing the word “to” to a number “2.” This will result in the following basic password phrase: iw2g2e.

Hope This Helps!

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