you password every so often.
down or go to a site that produces a
string of random characters.
Passwords should be meaningless to
others- and you.
Keep it random, and unless you think
someone is going to get into your
bedroom to steal your password, then
keeping it safe is pretty easy. Don't
store passwords in documents on the
Sometimes I go to random.com and have
them generate a block of random numbers
and I print the block of then circle 8
to 16 characters, not in order, from the
block of characters.
Now write down the circled characters in
a password diary.
went to www.Random.org
, and https://www.grc.com/passwords.htm
and found some nice tools to start with.
If I used a string generated from these
sources, I would further randomize the
results so they did not match exactly.
password is NOT contained in the text
below, but it is given here as an
example. I also inserted random
characters using Shift + (number keys).
AN EXAMPLE ONLY of selecting a password
is to circle characters from within a
block such as this and this servs as my
this example I have
my password, but the example string came
from the block, above.