Skip Nav
Reddit
You'd Never Guess What Car Thieves Did After Finding This Epic Note
Geek Culture
What Zodiac Signs Would Look Like as Pokémon
Geek Culture
Cheeky Valentines Inspired by Geeky Pop Culture Loves

How to Get a Secure Password

I can honestly say that I've never had a problem dreaming up complicated passwords — and by complicated I mean I can never remember them! I've gone on about the importance of creating a unique password before, but for those of you who love the abc123 passwords of the world, there's a great site to help you create a tricky password once and for all. With Safepasswd, all you have to do is type the kind of password you want — from easy to remember, or letters, or numbers — and then how long you want it to be and Safepasswd will work its magic. Not a fan of the password it generated? Just click the blue button and it'll generate a new one for you.

Around The Web
7 Full-Body Exercises | Video
How to Properly Clean Your Smartphone
2 Bodyweight Exercises For Your Core | Video
Plank Side Walk Core Exercise | GIF

POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests.

Join The Conversation
SheArtiste SheArtiste 6 years
I agree - the problem with that site is, I'd never remember any of those. It has good examples for creating a strong password, but that's all. I've a system similar to GeeksDreamG.
Cwinche Cwinche 7 years
Probably the silliest hing ever n my lame and limited opnion. The passwords I generated were difficult to remember and just strings of ten letter. Very difficult.
Anniina Anniina 7 years
I just use the one I've always used, but in many ways though.
GeeksDreamGirl GeeksDreamGirl 7 years
The best way to come up with a password that's strong and easy to remember is to think up a sentence and use the first letter to each word, replacing letters with numbers when appropriate. Example: "One if by land, two if by sea" becomes 1ibl2ibs. In addition, you should never repeat passwords on different sites. An easy way to have a semi-unique password for each site is to add the first (or last) letter of the URL to your core password. So, login for GeekSugar - g1ibl2ibs Login for BoingBoing - b1ibl2ibs
Latest Technology & Gadgets
X