10 Tips to Make a Secure Password

Regardless of whether you’re using a client PC, a server, a tablet, a smartphone, or any other digital device to access information, choosing strong passwords for the programs and services you use is essential. While a weak password may not always be the primary cause of IT services getting hacked, it can contribute greatly to the scope and severity of a hacking attempt.

To help you make the most secure passwords possible – both for administrators and for end-users – I’ve assembled ten bits of advice that should improve the strength and effectiveness of your passwords. Each of these suggestions don’t provide enough security on their own, so I’d strongly suggest adopting as many of these tips and techniques as possible.

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