Y0u C@n Writ3 Pa$$w0rds L1k3 Th1s! By making passwords that are unique, you can further prevent anyone from guessing your password.
Avoid using personal information. Your password should not contain information that can be easily found on the internet, like your name, address, city, birthdate, and so on.
Make it long. While it’s harder to remember, yes, a longer password is simply more secure. Your password should be at least 8 characters (which most websites require anyway), but if you can get it up to 12-16 characters, that is ideal.
Include a mix of character types. Don’t just type two words and call it a day. Your password should include a mix of numbers, symbols, and uppercase and lowercase letters.
Don’t use sequential numbers or common keystrokes. When inserting numbers into your password, avoid sequential numbers like “12345”, as well as common keystrokes like “asdfg”. Choose numbers and letters that are far apart from one another on your keyboard.