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Password Strength Best Practices

Use at least 8 characters. The password must include lower and caps letters, number and a special character.

Use passwords unique to different online accounts. This reduces the likelihood that one compromised password would impact the security of your other accounts.

❌ DON’T use the same password for every account.

✅ DO use passwords unique to every account.

Ensure your passwords do not follow a recognizable pattern and have a combination of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, special characters, or words unrelated to your personal information.

❌ DON’T use passwords with anything related to your personal information.

✅ DO use passwords with random combinations of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, special characters, and words unrelated to your personal information.

Using long passwords is critical to password strength. An 8-character password will take anywhere from a few minutes to a couple of hours to crack, while a 16-character password will take a hacker a billion years to crack.

❌ DON’T use passwords with fewer than 14 characters.

✅ DO use long passwords consisting of 14 characters or more.

General Questions

Use a password generator to create strong, random passwords. When creating a new password, you can choose how long and how complex you want it to be. The generator will create a strong password that meets your specifications.

The passwords aren’t created on our servers. They are created locally on your machine, to give you peace of mind that we have no record of what passwords have been generated.

We all know the drill of setting up an account on a new website—being asked to create a password, and then making sure to include both upper- and lowercase letters and numbers, as well as a special character or two (or three or four). You ponder a moment and type in a password that meets those rules. You’re feeling good about yourself – after all, no one could possibly guess that password! But are you sure the password is strong enough to safeguard your private information?

The problem is, even if you’re designing your password to be long and complex, most people will still resort to easy-to-remember characters or patterns, like your birthday or pet’s name. This is risky because hackers leverage public information about you on social media or other sites to attempt to brute force their way into your private accounts, so it’s important to ensure your passwords do not contain any personal information.

The good news is that a strong password generator does the work for you by automatically creating strong passwords that are strong, unique, and difficult to crack.

A strong pass­word can be cracked, but you can make it virtually impossible for criminals. Hackers use programs to crack pass­words. They can try out millions of alternatives in a second. That’s why pass­words should be long and complex. If your pass­word is strong enough, it could take millions of years to crack it with current technology. However, even if you use a pass­word generator for creating your secure pass­words, criminals can still steal them, or trick you into giving them away.

Even if you generate pass­words to make sure they are as secure as possible, hackers can still get their hands on them. In addition to cracking your pass­word, hackers can

  • breach an online service you use and steal your pass­word from there
  • use a virus to log your key­strokes as you log in
  • trick you into giving your pass­word to them with a phishing scam or social engineering
  • buy pass­words from another hacker on an online black market

Modern hacking is a highly automated activity that targets millions of users at the same time. That’s why you should use one pass­word only for one account, instead of using the same ones on different accounts. Even if someone gets your pass­word, they can log into only a single account. Your other accounts are safe.