Choose Hard Computer password by riazwebs


									How to Choose a Computer Password That is
Hard to Guess
You need security for your computer. Every computer needs a good password so
people can't find access it without your permission, especially if it has something to
do with them.

   1. Come up with something that has nothing to do with your personality. It will
       leave the trespassers guessing.
   2. Make up nonsense words. It will be almost impossible to guess it.
   3. Don't tell your password to anyone! You may want to give your password to
       your parent or spouse in case of an emergency, but no one else.
   4. Don't give it online. If someone over the Internet asks for your login password
       to, for example, help do some html coding for your site or pass a
       level on the computer game, say no! Rather ask them whether they could
       explain it to you instead.
   5. Use an image for your password! Services like allow you to
       generate and regenerate a complex and secure password from images that you
       can select.
   6. Try to mix your password with numbers. The more digits, the more possible
       combination. The more combination, the harder it is to crack the password.
   7. Use something familiar for your password. If you can't think of anything,
       choose a password about a family member. Try one that you haven't seen in
       months or years, or one that has been deceased for quite a while.
   8. Change it when necessary. Make a few times a year when you change
       something in your password. For example, at the end of every school term. So
       at the start of the year your password is [insertlettersinyourpasswordhere]123,
       then at the end of the term it would be [intsertlettersinyourpasswordhere]124.
       This makes it harder for someone to crack your password as it is constantly
   9. Change it if you have any suspicious feelings of someone knowing your
       password. Change it whether you know it as a fact or not! If you don't want to
       change your password into something completely different, use the step above
       and just change a small aspect of it.
   10. Keep the password between 6-12 characters long because some things that
       require you to have a password for have character minimums and maximums of
       around 6 (min) and 12 (max).
      If you have to give someone a password because they are threatening you, give
       the person a fake password. Use this for emergencies because it only works
       once or twice. Tell an adult if at any time someone threatens you like this
       because it is unacceptable, whatever the reason.
      Write it down on a piece of paper until you memorize it. After you have
       memorized it rip it up, throw it into multiple garbage bins. You don't want
       anybody finding it. Remember to hide it while you have it.

      Do not ever give in and give someone your password. It can not be stressed

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