If you are like me, you may have a hard time keeping track of your passwords to your online accounts. I try to create a new password for each new account, just to protect them from hackers. Many folks create one password and use it for multiple accounts, however (you don’t really do that, do you?) because they have a hard time remembering multiple passwords.
Recently, I watched a tutorial on how to create strong passwords at Explainia. In a nutshell, the tutorial advises that a strong password should be at least eight characters and include small letters, capital letters, numbers and punctuation marks. It might look something like this: miN@5_2k?
According to this month’s AARP Bulletin, among the easiest to guess and steal passwords include: password
Now, you haven’t really used any of these as passwords, have you?