So what are the best passwords, anyway?

So what are the best passwords, anyway?

To break the cycle of creating weak, easy-to-guess passwords, Kelso maintains that the best type of password to keep hackers out of your stuff is a passphrase. “A passphrase is two or more words put together that form a password,” he explains. Some examples of passphrases are “stinkychicken” or “spangledbloatedowl.” You can also opt to have your computer generate random passphrases and store them on your computer – in a secure spot, of course.

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