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