A Few Randomly Generated Password Suggestions
Ishtha (Ish-tha)becdoi (bec-doi)
TeGrybr4 (Te-Grybr-4)bilkIn (bilk-In)
oaxRafol (oax-Raf-ol)Koarol (Koar-ol)
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Password Guidelines
Protect your Password
  • Don't write down your password - memorize  it.
  • In particular, don't write it down and leave it anywhere, and don't place it in an unencrypted file!
  • Use unrelated  passwords for systems controlled by different organizations.
  • Don't give or share  your password, in  particular to someone claiming to be from computer support or a vendor.
  • Don't let  anyone  watch  you  enter your password.
  • Don't enter your password to a computer you don't trust.
  • Use the password for a limited time and change it periodically.
Choose a hard-to-guess password
  • Create your password wisely. Don't use something you'd find in a dictionary (in any language or jargon).
  • Don't use a name (including that of a spouse, parent, child, pet, fantasy character, famous person, and location) or any variation of your personal  or account name.
  • Don't use accessible information about you (such as your phone number, license plate, or social security number) or your environment.
  • Don't use a birthday or a simple pattern (such as backwards, followed by a digit, or preceded by a digit.
  • Instead, use a mixture of upper and lower case letters, as well as digits or punctuation.
  • When choosing a new password, make sure it's unrelated to any previous password.
  • Use long passwords (say 8 characters long).
  • You might use a word pair with punctuation inserted, a passphrase (an understandable sequence of words), or the first letter of each word in a passphrase.