Password Security Generator

by John Burke

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With the increased popularity of cloud computing, you need a password for almost every website you visit. The basic rule of thumb for creating a secure password is to use alphabets, numbers, and symbols in the password. It also helps to make your password as long as possible and use different passwords for each website. The problem becomes: How do you remember all these passwords? The answer is: You don’t.

Many password security apps, such as LastPass and 1Password, are available to help you remember your passwords. With these password security apps, you only need to remember one master password; you use this to unlock the password vault that contains all your other passwords. LastPass also offers a browser extension that you can install on your browser to fill out your login credential automatically when you visit a stored website.

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