Creating unique passwords for all of your online accounts may seem like a lot of work at first, but it’s worth it to keep your data safe from cybercriminals. Below are the ways you can create a stronger password:
Create unique passwords: If you use the same password for all your accounts, a hacker would only have to break one of them to gain access to all of them. To fully optimize your cybersecurity, use a different password for each account.
Change your passwords regularly: Using the same password for a longer period may lead to a cyberattack because someone can compromise it. To stay ahead of bad actors trying to gain access to your accounts, change your passwords at least once every three months.
Use passphrases: These are created using a string of words, usually up to four. An en-dash (-) or other marking is frequently used to separate each word in a pass. Meeshu-likes-awful-burgers is a good example of a strong passphrase.
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