As much as you try to escape of new entries, in services that you have no idea if it will come back to use in the future, they always appear. When this happens, what is the password that you associate with your username? If you’ve never thought about it, it is good to start thinking about their own security within the large network.
The main tip is to never repeat the same password for multiple services, as if a password – so to speak – universal. This kind of attitude can be a big problem because once a hacker specifically interested in your virtual habits reveals your password on a service, it will not have no trouble in getting access to others.
The ideal is to have a password for each service. Of course we are in many online services and would be difficult to decorate all these combinations, so the recommendation is: create a base password, which varies by service name to be used.
To create the combination that will compose the password there are some websites that run the glorious service to generate passwords, taking into account some user-defined guidelines. I have listed three services I have ever used and strongly recommend that you also use.
1. Adjustable to your liking
This is the tool I use longer. It has gone through several redesigns, but it is still an excellent option for those who need a new password. When you open the site, the options appear, you must define: password length (Password Length), including special characters (Include Punctuation), if the letters are in case (Include Mixed Case), among others.
Most online services asks passwords 6 characters, but increase that number by 2 characters can greatly improve the security of alphanumeric combination.
2. Strong Password Generator
If you want just choose the password length and expect it to be generated, the Strong Password Generator is an excellent choice. The service is by default set to create passwords with 7 characters and special symbols. Just press Generate password and expect the combination to be generated. Below the combination still appears a phrase tip for you to memorize, which alludes to the password, but it is a bit complicated to understand what these phrases mean.
3. List of passwords and numerical combinations
This is Brazil. When accessing the page, already appears a list of passwords and superstrong only strong, with various extensions. You use the copy and paste, too easy. Still have a list of number combinations that can be used for PINs (for example), but it definitely should not be adopted as passwords to access your email or social network favorite.
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