This is the only formula you need for a Perfect Password and It’s not complicated!

Your password must be eight characters including one uppercase letter, one… How many times have you read this whenever you tried to sign up for a social network? A lot of times? Yes, but is that enough for protecting your account? And is it easy to remember? Most of my friends either lose their password or let the hackers guess it. They even used different passwords for different social sites, but our memory box can’t store this much data, so all in vain. So, to solve this universal problem, here is a simple guide that includes three section and will teach how to make, protect & remember your Perfect Password:

Making the Password

  • Use 12 characters or more. {It’s simple maths, more characters means more pattern.}
  • A mixture of Uppercase (ABCD) & lowercase (abcd) alphabets. {Random capitalization makes the pattern even more random & hard to assemble.}
  • At least two or three numbers (123). {Patterns are infinite now, you have no chance of guessing the right character and its right place.}
  • It should have punctuation or symbols. (:;-!? or @&+=>$#*) {They just not make it feel stronger, but they actually make it harder to hack as many random password making tools don’t even use them.}
  • Turn phrases into secret codes (I love my books- ILMB). {Scientifically proven, it’s safe & east to remember.}

Keeping it Safe!

To Do:

  • Keep a backup, you can forget it.
  • Change it several times during a year, but not too often, maybe 5 out of 365 days will work. {Passwords are like Underwears, changing them often is better for you.}
  • Have a good & powerful Antivirus software that will protect you from Trojan horses, keyloggers, and other malicious hacking tricks.

Not To Do:

  • Avoid obvious passwords like “12345”, “abcd” or “password”.
  • Do not use biographical information.
  • Avoid the school or college name, company, pet, birthday or your love.
  • Avoid common or simple dictionary words
  • Do not tell your password to anyone. {Seriously, no one deserves to know it.}
  • Don’t reuse or recycle your old passwords.
  • Do not use just one single password for all of your accounts, at least have a small difference. {How?, I will tell that below.}

Remembering the Password

  • Write it down, in case you forget that, but make sure you keep it in a very SAFE place.
  • Use a password manager, it’s the easiest way to remember and feel safe.
  • Personalize it with each site, it will be different for each site; safe & easy to remember; personal touch.
    • Example –
      • FB1234Abcd$ (FB– Facebook)
      • TT1234Abcd$ (TT– Twitter)
      • IG1234Abcd$ (IG– Instagram)

I hope this guide did help you making a Perfect Password for your digital lives. And if it did, don’t forget to share it with your friends! {Share the article, not the password!}

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2 Comments

  1. I would never recommend using the same password and changing 2 characters to differentiate them. This is what you put on a list of what NOT to do.

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    Reply

    1. Yes, I completely agree with you!

      But actually, this was just an example you can use one password as base change it according to your preference, like if your Best friend is on Twitter put his name in your Twitter pass and your Girlfriend’s name in the Facebook password.

      This is practical & very useful trick that can be used for easy remembering and avoiding confusion. It’s already being used by many professionals and my friends too.

      Thanks for your comment! 😊

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