Here is a short password:
This password is for passwords you have to type on a regular basis. The combination of consonants and vowels creates a password that you can remember by pronouncing it as a word.
Here is a long password:
This longer one is for accounts that need to be highly secure. These are intended to be stored in your password manager.
Here is a 32 character password:
Create your own Password
You can test your password here:
- At least eight (8) characters long
- Use a phrase or combination of letters, digits and special characters
- Avoid using dictionary words or simple patterns
- Memorize or store it in a password manager
- Do not reuse passwords on different sites
- Be careful sharing them
If you follow the above guidelines then you will have many passwords you need to manage.
We strongly recommend and advise our clients to use a password manager. There are many options in the market, but our current recommendations are:
All of the above password managers offer a mobile client and desktop client to allow you to syncrhonize your passwords across all your devices. They also offer Team versions to use for your business or family.
If you wish us to help with the implementation of a password manager please let us know at [email protected]
Web Browser Password Management
All web browsers offer to save your passwords as well. These are also secure to use but it is important to remember that they generally use your computer password to access the passwords.
If you store your passwords in your web browser do not share your computer password with anyone