How to Keep all of your Passwords Separate

Keeping and remembering long passwords is a pain but there is a simple method which can make good strong passwords. As a rule always keep your Hotmail Facebook Yahoo Gmail Twitter passwords different and never use same password for all.

Here is how it works make a base password first for Example:


Notice it has one Capital Letter and the word it self is not a common English word and there is a number in the end. This it self is a strong password but now how to make it different for all the services you use. Lets say we want to make this for yahoo then what you can do is that you put the word yahoo in the start, middle or at the end


or yahooXenoped174

or Xenopedyahoo174

It is your secret that where you place the service part lets see what happens with Hotmail same password but for hotmail


this way you can make countless unique strong passwords which are very easy to remember and hard to hack.

Most people use a single password for all the networks they use which is a very bad idea and a common error, anyone with malicious intenet if he would get hold of your one password he would easily be able to guess the rest.

Most people use the same username over all the services they use, so if you do a quick Google search you can get email addresses and other stuff off the net for that username.

Suppose you join some website's forum and you use the same login password for it. If the owner of the website wanted he could use your login password to search on other networks and email providers and get your private data. Thats why its best to keep all your passwords separate via above method.

Whenever we join a social network or some site it always asks for access to your contact list to invite your friends or to let you know which of your contacts are already on their network. While this has its advantages I would advise against it...

Why would I want to give anyone permission to view my private contact list and as it happens most of the time the invitation from that site goes to all of the world with your name.


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