Create unique and strong passwords for your online accounts using the secure and irreversible bcrypt algorithm. Available as a web app, Chrome add-on, Android app and an offline app.
Password are a common way of authentication. They are are made of characters, letters, numbers and even special characters to increase their strength.
Google Chrome, Firefox and other browsers hide passwords behind asterisks but you can easily view the saved passwords using the built-in developer tools.
You can send passwords and other private information as self-destructing messages in Google Docs that will vanish after being read.
You can easily create strong and un-guessable passcodes for your iOS devices – like the iPhone and iPad – using accented characters in the password string.
If you forget your Yahoo account password, you’ll have to verify your identity to recover the account.
This is a list of common passwords that you should absolutely avoid using with your accounts on the Internet.
Do you know that you can log into your Facebook account using three different passwords? Just change the case of your main password to get the new one!
Are you trying to log into Windows 8 using your Windows Live ID (or Microsoft Account) but the system thinks that your password is incorrect? Here’s a possible reason.
You probably use strong and unique passwords do protect your accounts safe but is that enough? This page provides a security checklist and tips to keep your online accounts safe and secure.
This guide describes how you can easily password protect your files and folders on the computer or a USB Flash drive. The locked folders are hidden from view and won’t display in Windows desktop search results.
This is a password tree that I use to remember username and passwords of my various online accounts.
You can create strong but memorable passwords using lines from your favorite song or even a famous movie quote.
This article describes how you can sync your logins and passwords across multiple computers and the web. You can also retrieve your passwords from the browser of any Internet connected computer.
Learn how to generate strong and unique passwords for your online accounts with Wolfram Alpha.
Here’s a suggestion from Mozilla on how you can easily create different passwords for different websites that are also strong and memorable.
How Secure is my Password will tell you how long it would take for an average desktop computer to crack your password using the Brute Force method.
A reason why organizations require you to create long and complex passwords is to prevent hackers from guessing your passwords.
A simple paper based trick that will help you create and remember strong, complex and random passwords for different websites.