For instance, a password that is short, or that includes a name, date or other information related to you, or is simply a word found in the dictionary will be easy for you to remember, but can be just as easily broken.
On the other hand, a string of sixty-four random characters would be virtually impossible for even a supercomputer to break, but how likely is it that you would remember? The more complex a password is, including both upper and lower case letters, numbers, and special characters, and the longer a password is, the more secure.
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