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Login Passwords
Password Do’s and Don’ts
 Create unique passwords that that use a
combination of words, numbers, symbols,
and both upper-...
 Do not use your network username as your password.
 Don’t use easily guessed passwords, such as “password” or
“user.”
 Do not choose passwords
based upon details that may
not be as confidential as you’d
expect, such as your birth
date, you...
 Do not use words that can be found in the dictionary.
 Avoid using simple adjacent keyboard combinations: For
example, “qwerty” and “asdzxc” and “123456” are horrible
password...
 Some of the easiest-to-remember passwords aren’t words at all
but collections of words that form a phrase or sentence,
p...
 Avoid using the same password at multiple Web sites.
 Never use the password you’ve picked for your email account
at any online site.
 Whatever you do, don’t store your list of passwords on your
computer in plain text!!!
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8 login passwords

8 - Login Passwords
-- Cyber Security Awareness Training for Non-IT Staff Seminar conducted at KAF Investment, Chulan Tower, Kuala Lumpur

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8 login passwords

  1. 1. Login Passwords
  2. 2. Password Do’s and Don’ts  Create unique passwords that that use a combination of words, numbers, symbols, and both upper- and lower-case letters.
  3. 3.  Do not use your network username as your password.
  4. 4.  Don’t use easily guessed passwords, such as “password” or “user.”
  5. 5.  Do not choose passwords based upon details that may not be as confidential as you’d expect, such as your birth date, your Social Security or phone number, or names of family members.
  6. 6.  Do not use words that can be found in the dictionary.
  7. 7.  Avoid using simple adjacent keyboard combinations: For example, “qwerty” and “asdzxc” and “123456” are horrible passwords and that are trivial to crack.
  8. 8.  Some of the easiest-to-remember passwords aren’t words at all but collections of words that form a phrase or sentence, perhaps the opening sentence to your favorite novel, or the opening line to a good joke.  Complexity is nice, but length is key.
  9. 9.  Avoid using the same password at multiple Web sites.
  10. 10.  Never use the password you’ve picked for your email account at any online site.
  11. 11.  Whatever you do, don’t store your list of passwords on your computer in plain text!!!

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