Password Generator

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Creating secure passwords is one of the most important steps to protect your data. Create complex and completely random passwords according to your needs. By using this tool, you avoid using personal data in your passwords, such as name, date of birth, address, among other information that could certainly be used in attempts to find out your passwords. It also avoids using sequential numeric (like '123456') and sequential letters on your keyboard (like 'asdf') as a password, which would also compromise your security.

When generating a new password, we suggest including numbers, symbols, uppercase and lowercase letters, and that the chosen length is not so small, because the more complex the password is, the more difficult it will be to unravel it. Depending on the configuration you define, this configuration may not be enough to generate a good password. In this case, reset the parameters until you get a strong password. Based on some parameters, this tool points out the strength of the created password, whether it's strong, medium or even weak.

We recommend that you only use strong passwords to increase your protection against hacker attacks and thus prevent unauthorized people from accessing your email account, social network or any other type of system or platform. If possible, create a unique password for each user account. Also remember to change your passwords regularly and whenever you feel it is necessary, as in the case that someone has had access to your password. Avoid spending long periods of time with the same password. Keep your passwords confidential to further ensure the confidentiality of your data.

[ Wikipedia: Information Security, Password Strength ]

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