A hacker shares tips on creating better passwords

One of the biggest cyber-security issues out there revolves around passwords. For some reason, there are still those who think changing things up to “098765” or “Drowssap” is a way to fool those who want to get into your account.

Etay Maor is a hacker who now does security for IBM. He says if you really want to slow the hackers down, you should be using a “passphrase” instead. Rather than using your dog’s name and your birthdate, try using a phrase like, “MyfavoritemovieisTheGodfather.” You’re likely going to remember it, and it’s more of a pain to randomly figure it out.

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