Here's a suggestion from Mozilla on how you can easily create different passwords for different websites that are also strong and memorable.
Password are a common way of authentication. They are are made of characters, letters, numbers and even special characters to increase their strength.
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.
Password Strength Meters will tell you if you passwords are strong and what you do to strengthen the weak passwords.
Password Managers store your passwords securely so you can create strong and unique passwords for every website without having to worry about forgetting passwords. Which is the safest password manager for you and should that service be online or offline?
Unhide Password is a simple Firefox extension that reveals all passwords by displaying them in plain text instead of the normal asterisks.
Password cracking programs typically use the dictionary attack or the brute force method to break your strong passwords. And they don't really need a super-computer for guessing passwords, just enough time depending on how strong or weak your original password is.
Using a blank password (or no password at all) makes your computer more secure because Windows XP accounts, that don't have a password, cannot be accessed remotely by means such as a network or the Internet.
Microsoft Password check is a free online tool to help you determine if your password is really strong or not ?
The user name and passwords that are stored in Firefox or Internet Explorer can be very easily retrieved.
Inkblot passwords solve most of these problems by helping users create a secure, personal password that is easy to remember. The user is presented with a sequence of random inkblots. Each should remind the user of a word -- a butterfly or a pumpkin, for example. Such personalization leads to passwords with high entropy, that is, passwords that are difficult to attack by guessing, whether by knowing the target of the attack or by using a dictionary.
Prevent typos in passwords - Reveal the password behind the asterisk signs in a click. This will help you confirm that you have typed the right characters in the Password field.
You wrote the Windows login password on a sticky note but that is nowhere to be found.