A password generator tool can help you create an insanely secure password. To generate a password of your desired length, simply drag the slider to the left or right. You can include uppercase characters by checking the 'Include Uppercase' checkbox. Additionally, there are two more options to tweak - you can include numbers (which is checked by default) and special characters.
Once you have successfully generated your password, you can click on the 'Copy' button to copy it to your clipboard. If you are not satisfied with your generated password, you can click on the 'Generate New Password' button to generate a new one.
Weak generated password
Weak are unsafe and usually not recommended. Although, you may need to generate easy to remember password for certain situations, in that case you can use Weak password, but only in private networks, for local devices without access to internet.
Medium generated password
Are usually used for unimportant user accounts and registrations. You may potentially loose your access, but if it wasn't important, who cares, do you?
Strong secure generated password
We recommend using strong passwords almost everywhere. It has the much needed complexity and length.
Insane secure generated password
If you are password freak or you do have paranoia, insane password is for you. But remember, memorizing won't be that easy.
2FA verification or two-factor authentification.
Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) works by adding an additional layer of security. It requires an additional login credential – beyond just the username and password. It is strongly recommended to use 2FA everywhere it is available, especially for your most important accounts, such as Emails, Medical records, Apple ID, etc.
Password length matters
One of the password cracking methods is called BruteForce. The attacker systematically checks all possible passwords and passphrases until the correct one is found. For example, 5 character password could be cracked in 0,03 seconds! 7 character might be around 9 minutes and 9 characters around 9 years! This is why we recommend using strong passwords with uppercase, lowercase, numbers and special characters.
Same password different pages
It is not recommended to use same password for accessing two or more pages. Website securities can be breached by hackers. This happens ocassionally, when it happens, you might loose access to all of "same password" websites.
Separate email account for suspissious websites
Good practice is to keep one separate email account for unimportant, untrusty or suspicious registrations. That way even if spam hits you, you won't be bothered on your primary email.
Using one time emails
Do you need to register just for a second to "take a look or download some file"? You can use one of many ten minute email websites. Your newly created email will be deleted after couple of minutes.
Remembering them all
Remembering strong passwords might be impossible. Best practice is to keep them stored in encrypted files which you access by one memorized password. For this purpose you may use open sourced, free tool KeePass.