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Strong Password Generator

Generate strong random password
The generated passwords are generated immediately and completely random and cusotmizable
Use them to secure your email, or facebook, instagram, linkedin, youtube accounts
Select length, customize wether you wish to include lowercase, uppercase, numbers or symbol characters and click on `Generate`

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Protect Your Identity With Strong Passwords

Identity theft may happen to you. If you use passwords like random 1234, names, dates, addresses, phone numbers then you might be predictable, and be exposed to identity theft. Malicious people can then gain access to your accounts.

Don't think that people can't guess your passwords. People who know you also know what you like. If they want to break into one of your accounts, they can start guessing based on the things you like, or your personal stuff. The first thing we would do is start by trying their phone number.

So just is a strong password? It is by definition is one that is really hard to guess. A combination of random letters, numbers and symbols is a strong password. Including both uppercase and lowercase letters makes it stronger. Passwords also need to be long enough to make them harder to guess. It is a good idea to have your passwords at least 10 characters long. If your login allows it, including symbols such as @ or $ will make them even stronger.

An example of a strong password is "7.{EcLtJ%({h80J36". An example of a password including symbols is "Q6Su4^3Gb@". Passwords like this are impossible to guess and will help keep your login accounts secure.

It's hard to implement this in reality, although it may seem simple. After all, how does someone create a strong password? People are just not good at coming up with random numbers and letters. If you just type letters on your keyboard to make a password, then you will probably come up with combinations such as "qwerty" which happen to be common passwords that hackers will try. Even if you had some method of coming up with strong passwords, how would you remember them?

The answer is to use a textool (this tool).

There are some other points to keep in mind to protect your identity. It is important to use a different password for each of your logins. This way a hacker who gains access to a password on one of your logins won't be able to use it for anything else. And of course, never give your passwords to anyone, even if they seem legitimate. So called "phishing" scams work by sending you an email that seems to be from your bank but in reality is just a trick with the purpose of getting your password. The best advice here is to never login from an email.

In summary, you can protect your identity with strong passwords by doing the following:

  • Use a different password for each login.
  • Use a password manager to generate and store your passwords.
  • Don't give your passwords to anyone no matter how legitimate they may seem.
  • Avoid phishing scams by not logging in from emails you receive.
  • Always use strong passwords, consisting of random uppercase and lowercase letters and numbers for all your logins.