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The Liberty Blog: The Importance Of Strong Passwords

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The Importance Of Strong Passwords

While it may seem daunting to create and update passwords, enacting strong passwords is something that we all can do to keep our assets and our interests secure. And truth be told, it's something that's really not too difficult or time consuming to do.

There are countless bad actors out there constantly trying to crack weak passwords and steal people's information and ultimately rob them of their hard earned money. Knowing that there are people out there right now wanting to steal my hard-earned money is more than enough to convince me of the importance of strong passwords. Just imagine if they would put this effort to something beneficial to society.

Nevertheless, weak passwords such as your anniversary, your dog's name, or even 1,2,3 make easy targets for would be thieves.

The importance of strong passwords
The importance of Strong Passwords

What You Can Do

  • First, make your passwords long. Try and shoot for 12 to 16 characters. The longer the password, the harder it is to crack.

  • Next, try to make your passwords random. If they're not random, this makes them more likely to be hacked as well. There are password generators out there to help you with this, although many of them require payment.

  • Try to make them as unique as possible. In other words, don't use the same password for every one of your accounts.

  • Finally, try not to share your passwords with anyone (George Costanza in Seinfeld comes to mind). Also, if you get a call or any other communication from someone wanting your password, err on the side of caution and don't give it to them.

In Closing

To summarize, strong passwords are an easy way to keep your data and your assets secure. That's all for now friends!

To your continued success!

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