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password

An alphanumeric code that pertains to a specific person or group of persons, which is used to access a locked information system.
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Biometric based techniques are much secure than the text based passwords as it is not possible for anyone to steal these.
Cybersecurity experts advise against using the same password or guessable variations of one password for multiple accounts and devices.
Common names like 'daniel', 'hannah' and 'thomas' are also weak passwords. And 'donald', first name of US President Donald Trump, for the first made the list this year, coming in at No 23.
One option is to keep a record of your passwords in a word processing or spreadsheet file, then to encrypt the file.
Strengthening Security through Policy Compliance and Authentication, Despite the ongoing threat of data breach, many end-users practice poor password hygiene.
New York -- Yet another service is asking you to change your password.
EACH service should have its own password. If you use 'rocket44!calendaR' on Twitter, don't use it on Facebook.
[USPRwire, Thu Feb 15 2018] Cyclonis Limited, a developer of software solutions focused on data management and organization, is proud to announce the launch of its first product ae1/4" Cyclonis Password Manager.
The analysis of the password security can date back at least to Morris and Thompsons 1979 seminal analysis of 3,000 passwords [21].
"Organisations should seriously consider assigning random passwords through a password management application, which would be worlds better than merely enforcing password complexity and rotation rules."
'Those Fraudsters hacking your password are there at Nnewi Building, you better be careful.
There are really three key points to good password practice: long passwords; password managers; and two-step verification.