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Create your new passwords using our Secure Password Generator that is difficult to break on your device without sending them over the Internet, and also learn more than 40 tips, tricks & methods to help keep your account passwords and other data private.

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To keep your online accounts secure and prevent your passwords from being hacked through social engineering, brute force, or dictionary attacks, you should be aware of the following:
  1. Use different passwords (using our password generator), security questions, and answers for each accounts.
  2. You should choose a password of at least 16 characters and include at least 1 number, 1 capital letter, 1 lowercase letter, and 1 special symbol in it (thanks to secure password generator).
  3. Passwords should be changed every ten weeks.
  4. Is my password safe? It's possible you think your passwords are very secure and tough to guess. A hacker who has stolen your username and the MD5 hash value of your password from a company's server, and the hacker's rainbow table includes this MD5 hash, on the other hand, will be able to break your password very fast.
    To test the strength of your passwords and see whether they are in the popular rainbow tables, use an MD5 hash generator to generate MD5 hashes, then decode your passwords by submitting these hashes to an online MD5 decryption service. For example, if your password is "0123456789A," it may take a computer almost a year to break it using the brute-force technique, but how long would it take to crack it if you decode it by submitting its MD5 hash ( C8E7279CD035B23BB9C0F1F954DFF5B3 ) to an MD5 decryption website? You may perform the operation on your own.
  5. Passwords should not include the names of your loved ones, friends, or pets.
  6. Avoid using personal information like zip codes, street addresses, phone numbers, birth dates, or even the last four digits of your Social Security Number (SSN) as part of your passwords.
  7. It is suggested that you memorize a few master passwords, save other passwords in a plain text file and encrypt this file using 7-Zip, GPG, or a disk encryption program such as BitLocker, or use a password management software to keep track of your all passwords.
  8. Do not save any of your important passwords on the internet.
  9. Passwords should not include any words from the dictionary. tQ$me2pHDNDcVheL^, 1gYybm$wj^AkM6-ZA, and NiH^^[email protected] are some examples of strong passwords generated using our password generator. Passwords like qwertyuiop, 1234567890, 0987654321 are examples of poor passwords.
  10. Passwords that share most of their characters, like ilovemypcMac and ilovemypcWindows should never be used together, since if one of those passwords is compromised, they are all compromised.
  11. Passwords such as your fingerprints can be cloned (but not changed) and should not be used.
  12. Passwords should be encrypted and backed up in multiple locations so that if you lose access to your computer or account, you can quickly recover your passwords.
  13. Avoid saving your passwords in your web browsers (FireFox, Chrome, Safari, Opera, IE, Microsoft Edge) since all passwords stored in web browsers may be readily retrieved by hackers.
  14. It is not a good idea to log into important accounts on other people's computers or when linked to a public Wi-Fi hotspot, a free VPN, or a web proxy.
  15. If you are a webmaster, you should avoid storing users' passwords, security questions, and answers in plain text in the database. Instead, you should keep the salted (SHA1, SHA256, or SHA512)hash values of these strings in the database instead. It is suggested that each user has a unique random salt string generated for him or her. Besides that, it's a good idea to log the user's device information (such as the user's operating system version, screen resolution, etc.) and save the salted hash values of them, so that when the user attempts to login with the correct password but his/her device information does NOT match the previously saved one, the user is prompted to enter another verification code sent via SMS or email.
  16. Sending sensitive information over the internet through unencrypted connections (e.g., HTTP or FTP) is not recommended since messages in these connections may be sniffed with little or no effort. You should always use encrypted connections such as HTTPS, SFTP, FTPS, SMTPS, and IPSec rather than plain HTTP.
  17. Whenever possible, use two-factor authentication to protect your account.
  18. Important websites (for example, PayPal) should be accessed straight from bookmarks; otherwise, please double-check the domain name. It is also a good idea to verify the popularity of a website using the Alexa toolbar to confirm that it is not a phishing site before entering your password on the site.
  19. Travelers may secure their Internet connections by encrypting their wireless connections before they leave their laptop, tablet, mobile phone, or wireless router. In this case, you may set up a private VPN using protocols such as WireGuard (or IKEv2, OpenVPN, SSTP, L2TP over IPSec) on your own server (home computer, dedicated server, or virtual private server) and connect to it from your computer. Another option is to create an encrypted SSH tunnel between your machine and your own server and configure Chrome or FireFox to utilize socks proxy as an alternative. Even if someone uses a packet sniffer to collect your data as it is sent between your device (e.g., laptop, iPhone, iPad) and your server, they will not be able to steal your data or passwords from the encrypted streaming data since the data is encrypted in transit.
  20. Make sure your operating systems (like Windows 7, Windows 10, Mac OS X, iOS, Linux) and web browsers (like Internet Explorer, Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Firefox) are up-to-date with latest security update on all of your devices for example your Andriod Phone/Tablets, iPad, iPhone, MAC and Desktop PC.
  21. Block all incoming and unneeded outbound connections using the firewall and also install antivirus software to keep your computer safe. Make sure to only download software from well-known sources, and always check the installation package's MD5/SHA1/SHA256 checksum or GPG signature before running it.
  22. Whenever you have sensitive information stored on your computer and you suspect that it might be viewed by outsiders, check to see if there are any hardware keyloggers (such as a wireless keyboard sniffer), software keyloggers, or hidden webcams installed.
  23. When you leave your computer or mobile phone, make sure it is locked.
  24. If you have WIFI routers in your home, it is possible for someone to learn the passwords you entered (at your neighbor's house) by detecting the movements of your fingers and hands, since the WIFI signal they received changes as your fingers and hands move. In such situations, you may enter your passwords using an on-screen keyboard; however, it would be more secure if this virtual keyboard (also known as a soft keyboard) changed layouts on a regular basis.
  25. Encrypt the whole hard drive before storing any sensitive data using VeraCrypt, FileVault, LUKS, or other similar tools, and physically destroy the hard disk on any outdated devices you no longer need.
  26. Use a secret or incognito Web browser to visit important websites and a different one to view other sites. Use one Web browser to access crucial websites. Or, use a virtual machine built with VMware, VirtualBox, or Parallels to visit unimportant websites and install new applications.
  27. It's a good idea to have at least three different email addresses: one for receiving emails from important websites or apps like Paypal and Amazon, one for receiving emails from less important websites or apps, and one for receiving your password reset email if your primary email account is compromised.
  28. At least two different phone numbers should be used; do not share the phone number that you use to receive text messages of the verification codes with anyone else.
  29. To protect your dedicated servers, virtual private servers, or cloud servers against brute force login assaults, you may install intrusion detection and prevention software such as LFD( Login Failure Daemon ) or Fail2Ban.
  30. Sometime hackers modify original software or apps to hack your password when you install it, you may prevent this issue by not downloading this app or software from cracked websites. Using Web-based applications, which are safe and portable, is an alternative.
  31. If at all possible, avoid installing software on your local device and instead use cloud-based software. This is because supply-chain attacks are becoming increasingly common, and malicious applications or updates can be installed on your device in order to steal your passwords and gain access your top secret data.
  32. When using online paste tools and screen capture programs, be careful not to allow them to upload your passwords to the cloud since this may compromise your security.
  33. An artificial intelligence-based intrusion detection system (including network behavior anomaly detection tools) should be implemented and used by every big business.
  34. If you are a software developer, you should publish an update package that has been signed with a private key using GnuPG and then cross-check the signature of that package against the public key that was previously released.
  35. It is recommended that you register your own domain name and set up an email account with that domain name. This way, you will not lose your email account and all of your contacts, and your email account will not be disabled by your email provider because you can host your mail server anywhere and your email account will not be disabled by your email provider.
  36. If a shopping site only accepts credit cards as a form of payment, you might consider using a virtual credit card to make your purchase instead.
  37. Because cookies may be intercepted using a tiny USB device, it is possible to overcome two-step verification and log into your account using stolen cookies on other machines if you do not close your web browser when you leave your computer.
  38. If you generate the MD5 or SHA1 checksums of all files on your computer (using software such as MD5Summer) and save the results, you can then check the integrity of your files every day by comparing their checksums with the results you previously saved. This will help you identify trojan files and programs that have been injected with a backdoor, among other things.
  39. Secure your important servers and PCs by only allowing connections from ip addresses that are whitelisted.
  40. Bad SSL certificates should be distrusted and removed from your Web browser; otherwise, you will be unable to guarantee the secrecy and integrity of HTTPS connections that utilize these certificates.
  41. In order to prevent your essential papers from being lost, please encrypt the whole system disk. If you do not do so, please deactivate the pagefile and hibernation features, since these files may contain your important documents.
  42. Always use our secure password generator tool to generate new passwords and change your account passwords every 10th week so that your account should not be compromised by a hacker.
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