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Everyone needs a strong password. If your password can be guessed or found in a dictionary or is a common name, it is a potential point of entry for a hacker.

A strong password should have both numbers and letters in both uppercase and lowercase and preferably special characters such as {} [] ,. !$%&* #~`. It should be at the very minimum six characters long.

Here are some examples of good and bad passwords:

Bad PasswordGood Password
jamesjb1102CA!
ab1212@B!2!2p@$$
unicornUNIc0rn[][]
losangeles10s@ng313$

One way to create and remember these passwords is to associate letters with numbers or symbols. For example l -> 1, o -> 0, a -> @, s -> $, e -> 3, and so forth.

Remember: Never share your passwords with other people because you can be held accountable for their actions.

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