Screen-exclamationAccording to TeamsID, the team that helps online users manage their passwords, 98% of hacked accounts use worst passwords. Here are ways to create stronger passwords for a secured online account.

Avoid using obvious and easy passwords such as ‘qwerty’, ‘passphrase’ ‘1234’ and the like of those combinations. The team also discourages people from using names and places that anyone can see from your social media accounts. Create strong passwords by using combinations of random things. Do not use patterns. You can also think of words that do not exist to be your password. Lastly, use password managers for a system-generated characters.

Source: Android Headlines