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How to create strong passwords you can remember

Source: Herb Weisbaum, NBC News

A strong password is long (at least 12 characters), complex (upper- and lower-case letters, symbols and numbers) and random. It should not contain any personal information, such as your name, birthday, pet’s name, Social Security number or anything else that can be found on social media.

Digital security experts contacted by NBC News BETTER all agree: The best way to manage your passwords is to use a password manager, which generates, securely stores and provides easy access to all your passwords. Create a long, random and unique password for each of your online accounts.

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