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PasswordLive: Generate Strong Password for All Your Online Accounts Based on a Unique Keyword

Using the same password with all your online accounts isn’t a right option, but it is also impossible for you to remember so many different passwords. What do you do then? If you find problem for creating and remembering strong passwords, you can consider the PasswordLive – an online app that lets you generate secure password based on keywords. You don’t have to remember all your passwords anymore, just the keyword only.

The working of PasswordLive is like this.

Go to PasswordLive .com and enter a keyword (can be anything you'd like, but it's better to make it harder to guess). This is the only piece of information that you have to keep safe and all your passwords will be based on it.

Now, enter the name of the service, for example, Facebook, Twitter, etc. to generate password for that service.

 Then enter the password length (Enter 15 or more for better security).  Then, choose what to include in the password - uppercase letter, lowercase letter, numbers and special characters. Finally click “Generate Password” button. That’s all.

Is PasswordLive safe to use?

 According to the developer, the service is based on the Secure Hash Algorithm, which makes reverse engineering your keywords virtually impossible. However, it is obviously advised to use something reasonably hard to guess keyword.


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