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Password Security Tips
When creating a new password, there are a few things to consider to assure you are better protected. Recommended criteria for what is best suited for a home Wi-Fi connection is listed below.
Have at least 8 characters.
Include upper and lower case letters.
Have at least one number.
Include at least two special characters such as ! @ # $ % ^ & * ( ).
Make sure the password is significantly different from previous passwords and passwords used in other applications.
Use WPA2/AES (older devices may not support this). These devices are items such as laptops running Windows XP/Vista, iPod 1-3, some versions of Kindles and iPads.
For a secure password that meets all the criteria listed, you may use our random password generator below. Simply click on 'Generate Pasword' and a secure password will appear in the box.
Below are examples of things NOT to use in passwords;
Should NOT contain your user name, you or children/families real name, or your companies name
Should NOT be your Street Address
Should NOT be your family/pet name
Should NOT be a birthday/anniversaries
Should NOT contain a complete or dictionary word (ie password, watermelon, Chiefs)
Passwords from applications and services should not be the same password
Should NOT be obvious information about yourself or location that anyone who knows you can guess