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alexander10
Aim USA Visa

Try to include both alphabets and numbers in your password. U can use altered forms for alphabets. Example: A can be written as 4, or the letter l can be written as |. Avoid using birthdates,or names of loved ones or pets.

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ankitarastogi
Aim AIPGE 2013

thats a great help


shyam1241
Aim NEET-PG

have a password with a difficult name......

can use caps and small letters alternatively, which would be a bit cumbersome to you too.....


can use both alphabets and numbers in combination.....


preethymmc
Aim AIIMS

use letters,numbers and special characters all to create a good password


preethymmc
Aim AIIMS

for example , if ur fav. game is hockey , give h_o_c_k_e_y_n_o*1-a_l_w_a_y_s as password


blade82002


Password strength
Use a random word generator, add a number and a percentage or asterix sign to the end as well


tseizo
Aim NEET-PG

put a long password with numbers,special characters...etc etc icon_cool.gif icon_cool.gif icon_cool.gif icon_cool.gif icon_cool.gif icon_cool.gif icon_cool.gif icon_cool.gif


djr
Aim NEET PG

Re: FAQ: How to create a Strong Password?
BGM wrote:
Password Cracking has become very common these days,
So its upto us to use a strong password.

Examples of weak passwords include,
* the word "password"
* the user's name or login name
* the name of their significant other or another relative
* their birthplace or date of birth
* a pet's name
* automobile licence plate number
* a simple modification of one of the preceding, such as suffixing a digit or reversing the order of the letters.
* a row of letters from a standard keyboard layout (eg, the qwerty keyboard -- qwerty itself, asdf, or qwertyuiop)
* name of your Ex-wife or Ex-Gf or a girl to whom you had a crush. icon_smile.gif
* a password made up of dictionary words only
* any common english name.



DocSpidy


use a capital letter,number and special character ,minimum of 8 alphanumeric


shubhi040689
Aim AIIMS

Thnx..


shubhi040689
Aim AIIMS

Thnx fr help


Sdrsenthil
Aim AIPGE 2009

password creation
simply use caps and numbers to create strong


Avon007
Aim AIPGE 2014

thanks for the topic folks, its been a great help. But then again, i must say, once i created a very strong password.....which i still cant remember even today ! icon_razz.gif


thorboy666
Aim NEET-PG

chavanprash khilao password ko ....STRONG bann jaayega icon_wink.gif


Ram_Doc
Aim NEET PG

Use combination of upper case and lower case of alphabets,numbers and special characters so it makes difficult to guess a password for a hacker.


dr98642
Aim NEET PG

nice n helpful suggestion


dr98642
Aim NEET PG

nice n helpful suggestion


drnandinee
Aim NEET-PG 2012

thnx..


dr98642
Aim NEET PG

nice n helpful tips


sameerchaudhari
Aim MD

thanks a lot ... nice tips


faizanansari25
Aim AIPGE 2014

use a mixture of alphabets plus numbers,,,,


faizanansari25
Aim AIPGE 2014

use a mixture of alphabets plus numbers,,,,


woolwich


make it as long as possible which is difficult to crack..also try n avoid regular words and instead use shortforms..one of mine was once upon a time IKAGAILI..which stands for I kissed a girl and I liked it..also try and include symbols like @, #, $ etc..in between or at the extremes


anilgupta01
Aim AIIMS

thx


docgreenapple
Aim UK Exams

A strong password:

Is at least eight characters long.

Does not contain your user name, real name, or company name.

Does not contain a complete word.

Is significantly different from previous passwords.

Contains characters from each of the following four categories:

Character category
Examples
Uppercase letters
A, B, C
Lowercase letters
a, b, c
Numbers
0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Symbols found on the keyboard (all keyboard characters not defined as letters or numerals) and spaces
` ~ ! @ # $ % ^ & * ( ) _ - + = { } [ ] \ | : ; " ' < > , . ? /


caspiansea


i agree with you


caspiansea


good idea


caspiansea


thanks


caspiansea


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spurthi91208
Aim AIIMS

easiest way to keep a password and ardest way to crack it
the best way to remember a password and not easy to crack by others is this way
step 1: suppose if i use clostridia as password
use number 3 corresponding to letter c ( 1 for a, 2 for b and so on) and last letter in cap locks
and keep brackets or dollar symbol or any symbol of your preference before the start of password and end of password so my password will be
(2lostridiA)
i find this way is the easiest way to remember and hardest way to crack it


swarajkumars
Aim AIIMS

good one thanks for share


arshu4
Aim AIPGE 2013

U really dont know how to make strong password? icon_cool.gif


paivishwajeeth
Aim NEET-SS

good informative thread. Useful for creating strong password anywhere.


blackcap
Aim NEET PG

thanks to BGM.


blackcap
Aim NEET PG

thanks to BGM.


shivapriya17
Aim NEET PG

First three replies carries the best logic for a password.

Simple logic
A combination of minimum 8 character with
one capital
one special character and
one number.

And keep changing it every 2 weeks and dont use the last 5 old password


kk1994
Aim AIPGE 2015

thanks.very usefull suggestion.
alpha-neumeric not including birth date,telephoneno. etc


yaminiaro
Aim AIPGE 2015

Try to choose a word which includes both alphabets and numerical and which is not very familiar with your day to day life as others might easily get it and can misuse it... u can write it down in a safe place in case you forget things easily as we doctors already have a lot of subjects to remember icon_smile.gif


zac_mathew
Aim DNB Part 2

the best way is to use the alphanumeric password systems that major email providers insists upon, using numbers capital and small letters. with special characters !#$% in between. they are very difficult to crack.


nikman88


always use numbers, capitals, symbols in ur password.
never use names and birthdates, or phone nos. or things that others can figure out.
use arbitrary stuff.


DrKR_Thory
Aim AIIMS

to make strong password
Always use mixture of Upper later Lower latter & digit which r unknownable for ur known person


DrKR_Thory
Aim AIIMS

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seanthan


you can also add on letters from the sites URL so you have slight variations, but don't have to remember all the nuances: e.g. for Rxpg your password may be *********rx


vohraanju
Aim Indian PG Exams

never get a paaword connected to you in any form.try to make it complex by adding mumericals with alphabets


manish23


any numerical sequence.eg-1234 or 9876


manimani7


strong password
◦It needs to contain special characters such as @#$%^&
◦It must be at least 8 characters long.
◦It must not have any common words such as 123, password, your birth date, your login name and any words that can be found in the dictionary.
◦a variation of capitalization and small letters


Jodeep


Helloo..


fatjivi
Aim J&K PG

There are programs like sticky password which can generate very strong passwords and store them in a cloud and local account and also auto-fill passwords for you.


sheshu


I shall not elaborate on this since many sites have already discussed this in great detail. In a nutshell, a strong password must constitute the following:

It needs to contain special characters such as @#$%^&
It must be at least 8 characters long.
It must not have any common words such as 123, password, your birth date, your login name and any words that can be found in the dictionary.
a variation of capitalization and small letters


sheshu


I shall not elaborate on this since many sites have already discussed this in great detail. In a nutshell, a strong password must constitute the following:

It needs to contain special characters such as @#$%^&
It must be at least 8 characters long.
It must not have any common words such as 123, password, your birth date, your login name and any words that can be found in the dictionary.
a variation of capitalization and small letters

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