How to generate a really good, complex and long password in Linux

Okay. So you want to generate a complex, long password. Open a terminal window and use the pwgen command in Linux as follows: $ pwgen -c -n -y -s 16 4 <enter>

where: -c include at least 1 capital in the password -n include at least 1 number in the password -y include at least . . . → Read More: How to generate a really good, complex and long password in Linux

Telepathwords by Microsoft to help predict the next password character as it is typed

This is an interesting project by Microsoft Research. It lets you know what will be the next character you will type when entering your password. Try it out at this link https://telepathwords.research.microsoft.com/.

The more the next character aligns with the telepathwords generated character, the easier it is for the next character to be predicted and . . . → Read More: Telepathwords by Microsoft to help predict the next password character as it is typed

Password Construction – How to avoid use of weak passwords easily

Passwords are a key to your information and data in the computing world. Many of us have learnt the hard way, how to create strong passwords. Weak passwords leave you vulnerable. With the advent of on line banking, email, chats, and more, it has become important that you have different passwords for each one of . . . → Read More: Password Construction – How to avoid use of weak passwords easily

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