How to create secure passwords to keep your identity safe


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How to create secure passwords to keep your identity safe
Posted on: September 29, 2012, 12:53:34 PM
  This days our online account are being hacked day by day do to inscure passoword used when creating any online account like facebook,twitter,yahoo and gmail.
  With this simply tutorial you will be able to create a scure,short and easy to remember password to protect your online profiles from hackers just follow the simple steps below and share your comments:

Step 1: Choose a phrase You can create a more secure password by starting with a simple phrase.
For example,
let's use a quote from Ogden Nash: "Happiness is having a scratch for every itch." If we use the first letter of each word, and substitute 4 for "for", we get: Hihas4ei

Step 2: Add special characters This is a reasonably strong password but we can improve it a bit by adding some special
characters: #Hihas4ei:

Step 3: Associate it with a website We can use our new password on several different websites by adding a prefix or suffix
with a mnemonic link to a particular site. Let's use the first letter and the next two
consonants in the site name. Just to add a bit more randomness we'll alternate upper-case and lower case, and if the
first character in the site name is a vowel we'll start with upper-case. To mix things up a
bit more we'll use the same rule to decide whether to add the site mnemonic to the left
side or the right side.

#Hihas4ei:AmZ for Amazon
fCb#Hihas4ei: for Facebook
#Hihas4ei:YtB for YouTube
dRm#Hihas4ei: for Drumbeat

This is just one possible rule for picking the prefix or suffix that you use to customize
your password for each web site. Reversing the order of the letters in the suffix, using
only vowels, only consonants, or adding some other characters that come to mind when
you think about the web site are all possible approaches that will improve security. While this technique lets us reuse the phrase-generated part of the password on a
number of different websites, it would still be a bad idea to use it on a site like a bank
account which contains high-value information. Sites like that deserve their own
password selection phrase.


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