Creating Super Strong Passwords that are Easy to Remember
Think "Pass Phrase", not "Password"
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You could use a password like S8raH18!&1, but that's not very fun to remember, nor is it nearly as secure as a longer password with random words put together. It's better to use a phrase. We've found that the combination of 3-4 random common words is easier to remember and harder to crack!
Examples of Strong Pass Phrases:
qwe qwe 45
Plant Green So Clean
Passport Airplane First Class
Rules for Creating Strong Passwords Instead of Pass Phrases
If you do not wish to use a pass phrase and instead want to create a password, here are some guidelines. Please use at least 8 characters and include:
- A minimum of 2 upper case letters
- A minimum of 1 symbol
- A minimum of 2 numbers
Examples of Strong Passwords: