Tips for creating strong passwords
- Don't use personal information:
Such as your name, birthday, user name, or email address. This type of information is often publicly available, which makes it easier for someone to guess your password.
- Use long passwords:
A strong should be at least eight characters long and should contain numbers, symbols, and both uppercase and lowercase letters.
- Avoid password Reuse:
If someone discovers your password for one account, all of your other accounts will be vulnerable.
- Avoid using dictionary words:
For example, eating or church would be a weak password. A strong password is one that's easy for you to remember but difficult for others to guess
- Don't share your passwords:
Avoid sharing your passwords with friends or even respond to emails requesting for it.