Don’t Get Hacked: 5 Tips for Creating Strong Passwords

Have you ever gotten a notification from a website or app that your password has been compromised? You may think, “What good is a password if it can be so easily hacked?” Unfortunately, cyberattacks are on the rise. The study discovered that 62% of people have had their personal information or account hacked and used without their knowledge or permission. To avoid becoming one of these statistics, you should create strong passwords for all your accounts — and keep them secure. This blog post will tell you everything you need to know about creating passwords that won’t get hacked, along with some tips for keeping your accounts safe from hackers.

Don’t reuse the same password.

One of the easiest ways to get hacked is to use the same password for multiple accounts. If one of your passwords gets hacked, you run the risk of other accounts being compromised as well. The best way to avoid this is to use a different password for each of your accounts. To make it easy to create so many different passwords, many security experts recommend using a passphrase instead of a single password. A passphrase is a long string of words that you can use as if it were a single password. Just like a normal password, you should avoid using any personal details (like your birthday or your name) in your passphrase. Using the same password for all your accounts makes it much easier for hackers to abuse your accounts because they only have to break one password to have access to all of your online accounts. Instead of using the same password or passphrase for all of your accounts, create a unique password or passphrase for each. Also, make sure not to forget any of your passwords.

Use a password manager.

If you’re having trouble creating unique passwords for each of your accounts, you may want to consider using a password manager. Password managers help you create secure passwords for all of your accounts by generating random passwords for you. This way, you only have to remember one password to access your entire password manager. When choosing a password manager, look for one that offers advanced security features like two-factor authentication. If your password manager offers two-factor authentication, you’ll only have to enter a single password to log into your account. In addition to logging into your accounts securely, a good password manager will help you generate secure passwords for all of your online accounts. Password managers can help you create random passwords for all of your accounts without having to remember them all yourself. While a password manager can be a helpful tool when it comes to creating secure passwords, they aren’t foolproof. Nobody, including you, should ever store their passwords in a digital format. Instead, your password manager should be completely offline and only used when you need to log into your accounts.

Don’t rely on email authentication.

Some sites will let you log in using an email address instead of a password. While this may seem like a quick and easy way to log into your accounts, it’s actually a terrible idea. Email authentication is easy for hackers to hack. Hackers can try to reset the passwords for your accounts by pretending to be you through email. They may also trick your email provider into resetting your account. If you rely on email authentication, you won’t have any way to prove that you’re the real owner of the account. Instead of logging into your accounts using email, use a username and password. In some cases, you may not be able to log in with a username and password. For example, you may be trying to access important financial information. In these situations, you can use a different form of authentication, like a security token or biometrics.

Make your passwords long and unique.

Strong passwords are the key to protecting your accounts from hackers. Unfortunately, many people make the mistake of creating weak passwords that are too easy to hack. To create strong passwords, follow these tips. First, make sure that your passwords are at least 10 characters long. The longer your password is, the stronger it is. Second, don’t use any simple words in your password. Instead, use a combination of letters, numbers, and special characters. Third, don’t use any personal information in your password. If you ever get hacked, you don’t want your account information to be easy to guess. For example, don’t use your name, birthday, or any other easily identifiable information.

Lock-in with two-factor authentication.

Two-factor authentication (also known as “two-step verification”) is an extra layer of security that many websites and apps provide. Two-factor authentication works by requiring you to log into your accounts using two different means. For example, after you enter your account username and password, you may be prompted to enter a unique code that’s sent to your phone. Once you enter the code, you’re logged in and your account is secure. Two-factor authentication can be used for many different online services and accounts. For example, you can use two-factor authentication to log into your Gmail account, Facebook account, or other online accounts. In addition to protecting your social media accounts and email, two-factor authentication can also be used to protect your online banking accounts.

Don’t use common words or phrases.

Some people think that creating a password with their favorite quote or word is a smart way to create a strong password. Unfortunately, this is a bad idea. While it’s true that a password like “password” is a terrible password, using a quote or a word in your password is also a bad idea. Why? Because many website dictionaries are filled with common words and phrases. This means that your account is only as secure as your password. If hackers crack your password, they can log into your account. If they crack your password and it’s a common word or phrase, they can easily get into multiple accounts. Instead of using a common word or phrase in your password, use a combination of letters, numbers, and special characters.


Creating strong passwords isn’t an easy task. In fact, it can be challenging for many people to come up with several different passwords that are long enough and don’t contain any personal details. If you’re having trouble creating strong passwords, try using a passphrase or using a password manager. It’s also important to make sure that you’re not making any of these common password mistakes. If you follow these tips, you’ll be well on your way to creating strong passwords that won’t get hacked.