HACKERS MIND :7 RULES TO FOLLOW WHEN CREATING PASSWORDS




Some things are just unavoidable, if you want to protect your social media accounts from hackers, you might want to know how these hackers gain access to your account in the first place, if you are a business personal or a very important public figure you might want to read some notes on hacking not to hack someone’s account but to protect yourself from hackers, to know how to catch a thief you have to think like a thief. Checkout some of the most important rules you need to follow when creating a social media password and these can also be applied when creating any kind of password including computer logging in passwords.



1. Never create a password consisting only of letters


More than 70% of social media passwords are made only consisting of letters and it is only those that know the art of creating password that make passwords consisting of letters, numbers and symbols.to save to sometime of starting googling why passwords consisting only of letters are not safe and going to share with you a method of hacking known as brute force



2. Never use the word password as your password


The word password is just too common you will read about it on the last rule but I thought I put it on its own, if I was trying to hack your account I would probably try the word password after trying both of your names, so don’t think you are smart by using it password as your passwords. Maybe kids at home wouldn’t figure that out but hackers’ will.so if you are using the word password as your password on any social account you need to change it right now.



3. Never use your name, sir name or phone number


Putting your name as your password is the dumbest thing you can ever do, it’s just the same as living a door unlocked what’s the waste that could happen think again




4. Never use your boyfriend, girlfriend or pets name


Sometimes people that hack our accounts are not necessary people that don’t know as but people that are close to us, maybe friend’s boyfriend or girlfriend, by putting a name of anyone or anything we love as a password we live our accounts vulnerable so don’t.




5. Never use any word you find in the dictionary


Rule number 5 is never use actual dictionary words, a lot of hacker programs use a whole dictionary and if you used an actual word that is in the dictionary your password can be cracked within a second or even less, that’s how fast a computer can browse through a dictionary and this is much faster and easier because there are way less options.



6. Never use common passwords


Never use common passwords like



  • · 1234
  • · Password
  • · 12345678
  • · Abc123
  • · Qwerty
  • · Monkey
  • · 111111
  • · Iloveyou
  • · Jesus
  • · Password1

If you ever use any of the above passwords hacking your account will be a piece of cake and hacking programs will break it open in a blink of an eye, so please take caution unless you have nothing valuable In your account even so hackers can still end up doing some illegal things using your account and you get the blame.

7. CHANGE YOUR PASSWORD EVERY 60 DAYS

That person trying to hack you may have been trying to hack your password for months now and is almost successful by changing your password often your account becomes very difficult to hack. Sometimes someone may have hacked your account and is silently monitoring what you are doing and by changing your password often you lock them out.
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