Bob Lee
Editor. PigsFly Newspaper January 31, 2016

We have all read the proliferation of articles on how important strong secure passwords. However when it comes to the crunch and we have to fill in that new login, application or one of hundreds of things that want
no! demand a strong password we often revert to comfort. And hope!

Theeasy way out. Was it?

When I was discussing my last post  “The 25 Worst Passwords of 2015” I was asked by my brother, OK smarty pants “What is the answer?”. That got me thinking.  OK what is a simple safe way to deal with this password stuff.They are like rabbits “a new password need pops up almost daily”.

So then here are the very simple steps for creating and securing your
New Killer Passwords  every time.

2 STEPS to Creating Killer Passwords

Copy and paste this url into your smartphone, tablet or desktop PC . To help things along and allow you to decide if this is how you want to create Killer Passwords, you can try out their password generator in the panel below – enjoy.

Then the next step is recording this clever, smart, brilliant password that you just created into the app on your iPhone (sorry for all the non iPhone people I don’t know). This has to be the most go-to app on my iPhone. Bar none.

I have had this app as long as I have had iPhones and could not would not live without. It is where I store all of my 239 passwords. Crazy, unbelievable but o so true.

Crazy number but they must be related to that rabbit family. They secretly get together when I’m not looking and multiply. Passwords provide the first line of defense against unauthorized access to your computer. The stronger your password, the more protected your computer will be from hackers and malicious software. You should make sure you have strong passwords for all accounts on your computer. If you’re using a corporate network, your network administrator might require you to use a strong password.

Copy and paste this url or go to the Apps store.
They provide a free App which has very limited number of accounts you can input.
Good to get a feel and see it is your thing.


What makes a password strong (or weak)?

A strong password:

  • Is at least eight characters long.

  • Does not contain your user name, real name, or company name.

  • Does not contain a complete word.

  • Is significantly different from previous passwords.

  • Contains characters from each of the following four categories:

    Character category

    Uppercase letters

    A, B, C

    Lowercase letters

    a, b, c


    0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

    Symbols found on the keyboard (all keyboard characters not defined as letters or numerals)and spaces

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