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Thursday, September 12, 2019

Good Password Golden Rules to Protect Your Accounts Against Dangerous Hackers

Securing your email accounts, financial accounts, social media accounts, and technology accounts with a proper password is one of the basics of excellent internet practice. But I wished to do a blog article with a lot of misinformation and constant poor practice surrounding passwords where we usually go over excellent password guidelines to keep all of your accounts secure.

If you're even somewhat knowledgeable about the internet, then you already understand the traditional paths to safe passwords. Most blogs are removing the guesswork from the equation and creating guidelines for you. For a successful password, most websites and applications will involve the following: eight buttons, a mixture of at least 1 upper case letter and lower case letter, a mixture of at least one digit and one letter, and a unique symbol like $# or !. You're probably already using a go-to password for this combination. The best issue is who did this law come up with?

I can't be sure precisely who the individual or organisation creating secure password guidelines is. However, over the past year it has become apparent that there are other methods of creating excellent passwords. For example, a passphrase of 25 characters consisting of 4 or more phrases will take as soon as the traditional password model cracks. What makes a passphrase preferable is that it is much easier to remember a private sentence than an unforgettable complex password.

Do not memorize this list of good rules for passwords

The reason I tell you that's because we're not going to use traditional passwords for a long time. There are much stronger methods to secure our accounts as quickly as technology is altering and discoveries are being created about privacy and safety. Hackers will, of course, start to change. But we can create logging into our accounts the more complex and yet easy the more angry hackers will become.

I’m sure that you used your thumbprint to unlock your phone if you used prior models of the iPhone. This is a technique that is highly useful and yet difficult to break. Our phones get to be difficult and harder to access if they are robbed... which, of course, makes it useless to steal a phone. It won't be much longer before technology progresses to the stage where anyone stealing one of these appliances gets captured. That reality alone is going to behave as a theft deterrent.

Another method to password change is with 2FA. 2FA stands for 2 Factor Authentication.  2FA operates by providing a time-sensitive 6-9 digit code to your mobile device. Type in the password within 30 seconds or your computer crashes... Okay, just joking about the bomb. The button resets every thirty seconds. This makes it almost difficult for your accounts to break into.

So there you go guys, keep your passwords secure to avoid dangerous hackers attack.

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