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Passwords like "password1", "123456" or "qwerty" are surprisingly common and must be avoided. Weak passwords are easily guessed and thus very unsafe.
Use a different password for each account you create online.
Ensure your password is not easy to guess or memorable.
Avoid personal data like birthdates, spouse-names, or addresses.
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Strong passwords should contain at least 8 characters, including a number and a mixture of uppercase and lowercase letters. Examples of strong passwords are "uq?b&*%!p1$*b4ew", "mcxs#&n&atgypj" or "8D$F8W1T@B3RD*".
You should also update your passwords regularly and not use the same password multiple times for different accounts. Use a password manager to keep track of your passwords.