Top Tips To Create and Store A Strong Password…

With a new hacking scandal in the news every other week, everyone should be concerned about the security of their online accounts. Here are a few simple techniques for creating strong passwords; and storing them.

Number 1 – How To Create a Strong Password

It’s very important to have a strong and powerful password. An awesome way of generating a strong password that is too hard to guess but still easy enough to remember is to devise a phrase that contains ordinary names, words of people or places (so they start with a capital letter) and also numbers.

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Your password is then generated by taking the first letters of each word except: for the numbers which are represented by their figures. So, if your phrase was “California is close to Mexico” the password would be ‘CictM’.

One of the most important things (and I’m sure you’ve heard it before) is to avoid using the following types of passwords, which a surprising number of people use: password, QWERTY, 123456, 00000 and Letmein.

You can also substitute characters for numbers, symbols or punctuation. You could replace any letter ‘i’s with ‘!’s and any ‘a’s with ‘4’s and your password would become much harder to crack. For example, if you were to choose Christmas, it becomes Chr!stm4s, which is a much stronger password.

Great! You now have your secure password for each of your online accounts, now how do you store them all?

Number 2 – How To Store Your Passwords (Really Important)

With so many popular sites having different password requirements, the typical internet user has around 10 different combinations to remember, and these can easily build up over time!

Whats our solution? Well, we would highly recommend a secure password vault to store all of your details in one, secure location. This will easily help you avoid the annoyance of password resets or even a blocked account on your favourite site entirely!

TotalAV have protected internet users with enterprise-level technology for a long time now, and with the recent increases in online fraud, they have produced a fully-secured Password Vault WITH full-featured computer protection which is now available to the public… and they’re giving away a trial for FREE! 

The app’s full version will scan your computer for hidden malwarecheck the dark web to see if your information has been breached, remove all website tracking cookiesremove adwarespyware, viruses AND store all of your passwords in one secure location. All of this across 3 devices of your choice.

In addition to that, TotalAV have also included built-in security against internet phishing scams and fraud websites, and there is a cool feature to control all of these security functions from your smartphone!

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✅ Fed up of annoying ads?  No problem! The app contains a function that lets you disable them and choose only the ads you want to see.

✅ Worried about your overall security? This app will mask all of your online traffic so your personal information stays private. The additional network layer provides enhanced security, and will even change your devices IP to keep your information protected.

✅ Password management causing you a headache?  Store your passwords away from hackers and other prying eyes with the secure vault provided in the app. This will make password management a dream rather than a nightmare!

With all this included in the full package, It’s no wonder people are rushing to claim a free copy of this awesome app to try out. You’ll soon realize his really is the only security product you need. 

The life-span of computers can be significantly reduced with high exposure to malicious codes and malware. This is why we would recommend all users install the full security suite to protect against unwanted system damage caused by these codes. This could not only save you time, but also money

TotalAV has long had a reputation for providing users with top-of-the-line security, and it is no surprise millions of users have already downloaded their publicly released version.

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