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Making Strong Passwords
Making Strong Passwords
Making Strong Passwords
Making Strong Passwords
Making Strong Passwords
Making Strong Passwords
Making Strong Passwords
Making Strong Passwords
Making Strong Passwords
Making Strong Passwords
Making Strong Passwords
Making Strong Passwords
Making Strong Passwords
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Making Strong Passwords

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Brief presentation on suggestions for making strong passwords.

Brief presentation on suggestions for making strong passwords.

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  • 1. MILI & MILI Junior 2013-2014 LeAnn Suchy, Metronet
  • 2. From Zone Alarm infographic: http://columnfivemedia.com/work-items/zone-alarm-infographic-top-20- passwords-of-all-time-2/
  • 3. Image from Flickr - http://www.flickr.com/photos/brenda-starr/4667174817/ Be original Be creative Use CAPS, numb3r5 and $ymbo!$
  • 4. Image from Flickr - http://www.flickr.com/photos/brenda-starr/4667174817/ Insert CAPS, numb3r5 and $ymbo!$ in place of some letters in common words: • M!nnes0t@ • F1$h1ng • $n0wm0bile
  • 5. Image from Flickr - http://www.flickr.com/photos/brenda-starr/4667174817/ Or put together multiple words that mean nothing when together: • DonkeyTrainPDF • WaterVampireTie • SnowmanHawaiiElvis Then imagine that image in your head for your password.
  • 6. Take quotes and use the first letter from each word for the password… “‘Tis but a scratch, I’ve had worse.” tbasihw = Tb@$Ihw
  • 7. Or how about the bridgekeeper…
  • 8. “What is the air speed velocity of an unladen swallow?” witasvoaus = Wita$voau$
  • 9. From Zone Alarm infographic: http://columnfivemedia.com/work-items/zone-alarm-infographic-top-20- passwords-of-all-time-2/
  • 10. From Zone Alarm infographic: http://columnfivemedia.com/work-items/zone-alarm-infographic-top-20- passwords-of-all-time-2/
  • 11. http://youtu.be/Srh_TV_J144
  • 12. If you don’t want to write down the whole password, just give yourself a clue about it. ‘Tis but a scratch password clue: BlackKnight

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