How to guide : Password Generator
Use this password generator tool to generate unique and strong password. The passwords are generated with high end algorithm to make sure that all generated password are unique and strong.Password Length
Choose pgenerated password length from this option. The recommanded password length is 8.Include Numbers, Lower Case Letters and Upper Case
We heightly recommand to include or keep "ON" all of this option to generate strong password.Start with Letter
By keeping this option "ON", the generated passwords will always start with letter and it will never start with symbols.Include Symbols
It is highly recommanded to keep this option "ON" in order to generate very strong password.Exclude Similar Characters and Ambiguous Characters
By keeping this options "ON", the generated password will not have some set of characters which looks similar or ambiguous.Quantity
Select the number of password you want to generate in one go.
Use a different password for each of your important accounts, like your email and online banking accounts. Re-using passwords is risky. If someone figures out your password for one account, it's possible they could get access to your personal information, or other online services like shopping or banking.2. Use a mix of letters, numbers, and symbols in your password
Using numbers, symbols and mix of upper and lower case letters in your password makes it harder for someone to guess your password. For example, an eight-character password with numbers, symbols and mixed-case letters is harder to guess because it has 30,000 times as many possible combinations than an eight-character password with only lower case letters.3. Don’t use personal information or common words as a password
Create a unique password that's unrelated to your personal information and uses a combination of letters, numbers, and symbols. For example, you can select a random word or phrase and insert letters and numbers into the beginning, middle, and end to make it extra difficult to guess (such as "sPo0kyh@ll0w3En"). Don’t use simple words or phrases like "password" or "letmein," keyboard patterns such as "qwerty" or "qazwsx," or sequential patterns such as "abcd1234" which make your password easier to guess.
4. Make sure your backup password options are up-to-date and secure
Update your recovery email address regularly so that you can receive emails in case you need to reset your password. You can also add a recovery phone number to receive password reset codes via text message. Many websites will also give you the option of answering a security question if you forget your password. If you create your own question, try to come up with one that has an answer only you would know. The answer shouldn't be something that someone can guess by scanning information you've posted on blogs or social networking sites. If you are asked to choose a question from a list, like the city where you were born, try to find a way to make your answer unique by using some of the tips above. That way even if someone guesses the answer, they won't know how to enter it correctly.5. Keep your passwords secure
Don't leave notes with your passwords to various sites on your computer or desk, where people can easily steal them and use them to compromise your accounts. If you choose to save passwords in a file on your computer, create a name for the file that won't give it away. If you have a difficult time remembering multiple passwords, use a trusted password manager. Be sure to spend a few minutes checking out reviews and reputations of password manager services.
6. Be sure no one watches when you enter your password.
7. Always log off if you leave your device and anyone is around—it only takes a moment for someone to steal or change the password.
8. Use comprehensive security software and keep it up to date to avoid keyloggers (keystroke loggers) and other malware.
9. Avoid entering passwords on computers you don’t control (like computers at an Internet café or library)—they may have malware that steals your passwords.
10. Avoid entering passwords when using unsecured Wi-Fi connections (like at the airport or coffee shop)—hackers can intercept your passwords and data over this unsecured connection.
11. Don’t tell anyone your password. Your trusted friend now might not be your friend in the future. Keep your passwords safe by keeping them to yourself.
12. Depending on the sensitivity of the information being protected, you should change your passwords periodically, and avoid reusing a password for at least one year.
13. Do use at least eight characters of lowercase and uppercase letters, numbers, and symbols in your password. Remember, the more the merrier.
14. Strong passwords are easy to remember but hard to guess. Iam:)2b29! — This has 10 characters and says “I am happy to be 29!” I wish.
15. Use the keyboard as a palette to create shapes. %tgbHU8*- Follow that on the keyboard. It’s a V. The letter V starting with any of the top keys. To change these periodically, you can slide them across the keyboard. Use W if you are feeling all crazy.
16. Have fun with known short codes or sentences or phrases. 2B-or-Not_2b? —This one says “To be or not to be?”
17. It’s okay to write down your passwords, just keep them away from your computer and mixed in with other numbers and letters so it’s not apparent that it’s a password.
18. You can also write a “tip sheet” which will give you a clue to remember your password, but doesn’t actually contain your password on it. For example, in the example above, your “tip sheet” might read “To be, or not to be?”
19. Check your password strength. If the site you are signing up for offers a password strength analyzer, pay attention to it and heed its advice.