EASIER TO REMEMBER THAN RANDOM SYMBOLS AND LETTERS
If you still use passwords to protect your accounts, you may want to reconsider and use a passphrase instead. A traditional password is typically 10 letters or symbols, or a combination of both. In comparison, a passphrase is typically longer than a password and is easier to remember than random symbols and letters combined together.
While a passphrase can contain symbols and punctuation, it doesn’t have to be an actual sentence or be grammatically correct. It can also contain spaces between words. For example, a passphrase could contain part of a song lyric or your favorite quote, such as “Stars can’t shine… without darkness!” By using punctuation and upper and lower cases, you meet the complexity requirements for passwords.
When creating a passphrase, choose something that is more than 14 characters long. Ensure that the phrase is easy to remember and typed accurately, but preferably, make sure that it is not a common or popular enough quote that it can be easily guessed by someone who knows you. And, as always, do not reuse passphrases between sites, applications, and different sources.
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