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The Best Way to Create and Store Strong Passwords
So, everyone knows it’s a bad idea to
use passwords which are commonly found in the dictionary – same for names
of family members. One way to create an easy-to-recall but hard-to-figure-out
password is to create your own formula for creating unique passwords. One
example is to combine family names, with birthdays, and memorable words
in unique ways. For example, try using your pets’ name with your child’s
name spelled backwards. Capitalize the first and last letter of each name,
and finally, separate the two words with a "!" or "~"
or meaningful number. Create your own formula – it’s fun and will make
your online computing safer. Once you commit the formula to memory you
can easily adapt it to new passwords as needed. For more great ideas on
passwords," check out this
more test section
About Brent Whitfield
Brent Whitfield is CEO of DCG Technical Solutions, Inc., which provides IT Support in the Los Angeles area since 1993. DCG exists to help our clients choose, implement, and manage IT and cloud solutions that are cost effective and reliable. DCG's pro-active approach to IT is ideally suited for companies who depend on reliable IT infrastructure, but don't want to spend a lot of money to keep it that way. DCG was recognized among the Top 10 Fastest Growing MSPs in North America by MSP Mentor. Brent has been featured in Fast Company, CNBC, Network Computing, Reuters, and Yahoo Business.