Presented by
Karen Emanuelson
www.ReciprocateLLC.com
4-Step Strong Passwords
1. Pick a number that has meaning to you (at least 2 digits)
– Your street number, birth month, bi...
Create Your Own Strong Passwords
1. Pick a number that has meaning to you
2. Pick 3-6 letters that make sense to you but t...
Create Your Own Strong Passwords
1. Pick a number that has meaning to you
2. Pick 3-6 letters that make sense to you but t...
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Improve Your Password Security

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Never search for another password again! Here's an easy 4-step process to create memorable -- and difficult to crack -- passwords. This simple process works for any website!

Follow these 4 steps and you can throw away all those post-it notes and notebooks filled with passwords. The passwords you create with this process will be easy for you to remember AND hard for the hackers to guess.

Protect your online data and privacy -- create unique passwords for every account and every website -- and be able to recall each password when you need it! No tricks -- just a simple 4-step process.

We've shared this technique with thousands of small business owners -- the response has been amazement followed by adoption!

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Improve Your Password Security

  1. 1. Presented by Karen Emanuelson www.ReciprocateLLC.com
  2. 2. 4-Step Strong Passwords 1. Pick a number that has meaning to you (at least 2 digits) – Your street number, birth month, birth date 2. Pick 3-6 letters - make sense to you but that aren’t a word in the dictionary • The first initials of your family members (ttt– for Terry, Tim, & Tina) • Your pet’s name backwards (revor – for Rover) • An abbreviation of your street and hometown (aptal) 3. Add a “special character” (! # $ % ^ & *) 4. Use part of the website URL – 2 to 6 characters – www.Facebook.com,you can choose: • Every other letter (FCBO) • Just the consonants (FCBK) • Just the vowels (AEOO) www.ReciprocateLLC.com
  3. 3. Create Your Own Strong Passwords 1. Pick a number that has meaning to you 2. Pick 3-6 letters that make sense to you but that aren’t a word in the dictionary 3. Add a “special character” (! # $ % ^ & *) 4. Use part of the website URL – 2 to 6 characters • www.Facebook.com Example Facebook Password = 06ttt!FCBO 06 ttt ! FCBO www.ReciprocateLLC.com
  4. 4. Create Your Own Strong Passwords 1. Pick a number that has meaning to you 2. Pick 3-6 letters that make sense to you but that aren’t a word in the dictionary 3. Add a “special character” (! # $ % ^ & *) 4. Use part of the website URL – 2 to 6 characters • www.Amazon.com Example Amazon Password = 06ttt!AAO 06 ttt ! AAO www.ReciprocateLLC.com

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