Before going into the details of creating a tough password, let us know why there is need to have strong password for your Gmail account. Today everyone using internet has one or more Gmail account. Many of us use our Gmail account for confidential work. Your Gmail account contains your personal and business related mails. If you are using Gmail for such then privacy is of utmost importance. What a huge blow it will be, someone hacks into your accounts and steals your confidential information or make it public. To prevent such incidences there is a need to prevent hackers from hacking into your account. This can only be done by creating a password tough enough to crack.
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When we speak of password there is always a sort of mumble- jumble going on in our mind. We are unable to come up with good password ideas. This scenario is called the password challenge: How to make a tough password to crack, but easy to remember? These two objectives are two faces of the same coin. The question is how to maintain the balance between these two things. If you opt for a long password of cryptic character, it will be strong but difficult to remember. If you go with simple one it will be easy to crack.
Gratefully, there are ways by which both the objectives can be achieved.
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The following suggestions will guide you to make memorisable and strong password that will discourage intruders.
Tips to create a strong password
- Make your password long
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- Design a password with memorable phrase
- Change your password every 4 weeks
- Never store your password
- Use different password for different
Advanced tips for designing strong passwords
There are many websites that provide free password generator tools. You can check this link http://angel.net/nic/passwd.html created by Nic Wolff. It has one master password to control all others. It is really easy to use.
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- Use spaces
Good luck with keeping your account safe. I hope these tips will prove helpful to you.