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Making a fun password you can remember lesson
Transcript of Making a fun password you can remember lesson
Making a fun password you can remember
Passwords are there to protect you
The lock is your account on a website and the key is your password. Passwords protect you from people accessing your personal information. Passwords should never be shared.
"Most students share their passwords because they are hard to remember, and it helps to have a friend to help you.”
Co-founder of CyberWise.
Also known as . . .
Never use personal information. Any part of your name, birthday, phone number, Social Security number, or similar information of your loved ones are all bad choices.
Don’t use a word found in a dictionary. These passwords are easy for hackers to figure out using an electronic dictionary.
Avoid sequential patterns.
The 8/4 Rule:
Use 8 characters minimum.
Use 4 types of characters.
Let's try to create one
using a something familiar. Example: A person from history.
Can we make it better?
The Big Bang Theory
Black Eyes Peas
The Hunger Games
Game of Thrones
Martin Luther King Jr
Call of Duty
Panic! at the Disco
NY Giants / Jets
Let's play a game. Take 5 minutes. Choose one and make a password
What makes a password good?
Is this a good password?