Passwords – with a twist


Here is a blog post of 600 words on password security

SafeInCloudPassword security is one of the most important aspects of online safety. A strong password can protect your personal and financial information from hackers and identity thieves. However, many people still use weak or common passwords that are easy to guess or crack. In this blog post, we will share some password security tips that will help you create and use better passwords for your online accounts.

What makes a strong password?

A strong password is one that is hard for anyone else to figure out. It should be long, complex, unique, and unpredictable. Here are some guidelines to follow when creating a strong password:

  • Use at least 16 characters. The longer your password is, the harder it is for hackers to break it with brute force attacks.
  • Use a mix of letters (upper and lower case), numbers, symbols, and spaces. This makes your password more random and less likely to be found in a dictionary or a list of common passwords.
  • Avoid using personal information such as your name, birthday, address, phone number, or anything that can be easily guessed by someone who knows you or can find out about you online.
  • Avoid using patterns or sequences such as “123456”, “qwerty”, “password”, or “iloveyou”. These are some of the most common passwords used by people and are very easy to crack.
  • Use a different password for each account. This way, if one of your accounts gets compromised, the hacker won’t be able to access your other accounts with the same password.

How to remember your passwords?

LastPassOne of the challenges of having strong passwords is remembering them. You might be tempted to write them down on a piece of paper or store them in a file on your computer or phone. However, this is not very secure either because someone could find them and use them without your permission.

A better solution is to use a password manager. A password manager is an app or a service that securely stores all your passwords in an encrypted vault that only you can access with a master password or a biometric authentication such as your fingerprint. Some benefits of using a password manager are:

  • You only need to remember one master password instead of dozens of different ones.
  • You can generate random and complex passwords for each account without having to worry about memorizing them.
  • You can sync your passwords across all your devices so you can access them anytime and anywhere.
  • You can autofill your passwords on websites and apps so you don’t have to type them manually.
  • There are many password managers available online such as LastPass, Dashlane, 1Password, Bitwarden, etc. You can choose one that suits your needs and preferences.


DashlanePassword security is essential for protecting your online privacy and security. By following these tips, you can create and use strong passwords that will keep your accounts safe from hackers and cybercriminals.

The Twist

I didn’t write this blog post, and neither did anyone else. I asked the new Microsoft Bing to generate it using artificial intelligence.

I’ve added the actual “bullets” (but the text of them is as generated). I’ve emboldened some of the titles. I’ve removed the source references included in the text. I’ve added the images.

The rest is Bing’s work.