How To Create A Strong Password That’s Hard To Guess But Easy To Remember
Password protection is crucial in today’s digital age, and the strength of a password is becoming increasingly more complex. We all know that “password” and “123456” are not strong passwords (and yet they remain the two most commonly used passwords!). But passwords like "redhouse146" and "rover1987" are safe and difficult to hack, right?
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If you can find it in the dictionary, it can be guessed
The longer, the better
Don’t re-use the same password across multiple sites
Personal information is not so personal
Think outside of words and letters; think shapes
The only things you need to remember is whether you have a V or W shape, which key on the keyboard you should start with, and where you used lower or uppercase letters.
Phrases and abbreviations are better than words
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SimpleSite Password Tricks & Tips
Forgot your SimpleSite password? Go to www.simplesite.com, and click on “Login” in the upper-right corner of the screen. Click on Forgot password and fill in username you’ve used for your SimpleSite. Please note: If you are already logged into your website, it will SiteEditor instead of Login in the upper-right corner.
The new password will be send to the e-mail address you used to create your SimpleSite with. Remember to check your spam/junk filters when you’ve requested a new password from SimpleSite, as it may end up there.
Don’t reset your password multiple times – this means you will have to figure out which password is the latest one that has been recreated for you. Request a new password once and check your e-mail inbox.
If you have more than one website with SimpleSite, be aware that the username you fill in actually belongs to the website in question you are requesting the new password for.