Creating a strong password.
Strong passwords are important!
Identity thieves search for accounts with weak passwords. They set up phishing scams and send out spam or viruses under the account holder’s name. If you use the same password in multiple locations, like your online bank account, they can even break in and steal your money!
The more sophisticated your password, the less likely you’ll be victimized. To thwart criminals before they strike, change your password following these directions:
1. Use at least 8 characters
2. Use lower and upper case letters
3. Use numbers
4. Throw in a symbol (!)
Here’s a trick. Think of a sentence you’ll remember. For example, “I like my dog, Rover.” Then, imagine turning that into the password: 1LmDr0veR!
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