Quick Tip to Create a Strong Password

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When we talk about hacking, one of the oldest method of hacking is brute forcing. Where a hacker, tries different combination to login to your ID. One easy way to solve this issue is by creating a strong password so that, it will take endless time for any brute forcing software to crack your password.

Why We Need To Keep Our Passwords Secure?

Passwords are getting more and more a part of our daily life. With many services relying more and more on their users going online, you might end up remembering a lot of  passwords to keep in mind. Remembering them all can be a daunting task. And if your work makes you change your passwords every other week, you’re in big trouble.

Here in India we have become very Internet dependent in our everyday task. We pay our bills online, we register our income tax report online, we make doctor’s appointments over the Internet, we are highly represented in Facebook and its equals. If we get unemployed, we have to register and fill in every bit of personal information in secure websites, etc..

How To Keep Our Passwords Secure & Easy To Remember?

As I mentioned above, a strong password is the first level of defense you would be creating against hackers. Strong password in the sense , is a combination of Large Valued Characters or Mixed alphabets & numeric Passwords. It might be a strong password but you will end up forgetting the password. Here we are giving you tips for Keeping your passwords secure and easy to remember.

STEPS:

Step1: Take a Simple Sentence

Example Word : “ SHE LOOKS LIKE MONKEY”

Step2: Remove ‘n’ number of character’s from each word from the end

Example:  Remove last 2 letters from each word

“ SHE LOOKS LIKE MONKEY”

Will become

“SLOOLIMONK”

Now replace some keys with relevant special character.. for ex: a= @, o= Numeric 0, or numeric 0 =  ), or I = !

So new password will be:

SL))L! M)NK

Make sure you remember the method which you are using to create this strong password. For being on the safe side, write down your password in a paper and keep it at a place which is physically inaccessible by anyone apart from you.

Though it’s a easy trick to create a strong password but on a personal level it’s very handy to create a password which you can always remember and is hard to be crack.

Do let us know your tip and idea to create a strong password which one can always remember?

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Comments

  1. Nicholas Teo says

    Its a nice method but I think it is easier to just use a program like Keepass or LastPass generate one.

  2. Mani Viswanathan @ DailyBlogging says

    One should use such a password that he himself remembers, else just creating complicated passes won’t work.

  3. Sathish @ TechieMania says

    Good article, Sasi. But the problem with the method you have shown here is if we forget the method we have used to create our password, then we might end up in trouble. Anyway, thanks for sharing an useful article.

    • sasiprk says

      Thanks for u comment paul…..
      In that case you can’t remember any sort of strong passwords. Anyways you should make up your mind that you got to remember some method for it..

  4. kbharath @ Techntricksonline says

    Wow great share Sasi its a easy way to create a real strong password so our important accounts on online can be safe from Hackers.

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