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Safe Password: Create Strong and Memorable Passwords Quickly

Though people are now more cautious about their passwords, choosing a strong and complex password is still a problem for many. I had posted several articles here on passwords – how to generate strong passwords, check passwords strength, and manage passwords - in previous articles. Here is a simple to use online password generator for creating memorable, strong and complex passwords.

The Memorable Password Generator lets you generate highly complex password with a click. Just choose the type of password you wish to generate, for example, easy to remember, includes letters and number, all characters, etc from the drop down list and click ‘New Password’. You can create as many passwords as you like.

A complex and highly secure password has greater importance to keep our online account safe and secure from hackers. So choose ‘All character ‘option while creating password for banking, financial and savings online services.

The longer your password is, the more secure it will be. It's recommended to be at least 8 characters long. However, choose 15 character or more for better security.


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