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What does a good password constitute?

By Derek Brown
Published: Sunday, September 20th, 2009

This question might be perplexing a lot many people. Remember, that your password should minimum constitute 8 characters. For this make use of lowercase letter, uppercase letter, a numbers followed by a non alphanumeric figure.

You probably might have come across this but remember do not use anything which can be guessed in no minutes. It is better to avoid making use of anniversary or birthday dates, name of your child or pet, and alike. Though forming these passwords might take time and is harder to remember, but in the end it is essential to keep your accounts safe and secure against identity theft.

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