Most people need to remember several passwords to different
websites and computers.
Creating a strong password that is hard to guess is
important, especially when it protects your personal or financial information.
Check the password management rules for the password you are creating.
Some sites have very "strict" rules, which means
they limit the minimum and maximum size, or force you to use different
characters like uppercase, lowercase, numbers or symbols.
Read the rules and make sure you understand them.
You probably already have a password you use frequently,
but the problem with reusing passwords is that if one of them is discovered,
everything is lost.
Think of a simple word that will be very easy for you to
remember, for example "summer."
Now comes the simple trick that will help you create a
strong password of almost any length.
Use the "@" character, known as the at sign at the
end of the word you came up with in step 2. So now our example is
Now finish the sentence with an easy-to-remember domain
A domain name is the name of a website, like
But in this case, it can be anything you want, even a site
that doesn't exist.
Pick something that
makes sense with your base password, write down the first few things you think
of when you think of that word.
So in our example, you can use "camp.com" as a
Putting it all together, the password is
This is a 15-character password that uses multiple symbols,
otherwise known as a strong password.
It's also very easy to remember.
Since we have become conditioned to remember email addresses
with the "@" character, this memory device lets us easily recall our
To avoid Key loggers you should make word copy of your
password and copy and paste it into any sites a password is needed to access