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Often, there is surely only one thingstanding between your sensitive information and criminals, your password. Ifthey get it, they can get into bank accounts and private files, and wreak havoc. For this reason, it’simportant to know what makes a password strong and secure. This is SecurePasswords Explained by Common Craft.
Chances are, you use passwords every day.To open your computer, log on your favorite websites, to get work done. Theeasy route is to have a simple password that works everywhere. Unfortunately,this can be a problem. Criminals are very good at guessing passwords. Some havecomputer programs that can make millions of guesses until something works. Andif they already know information about you, it is even easier. Your job is tocreate a password that is very hard to guess. Here’s how.
Your first thought may be to use a pet'sname, a birth date, an address or part of a phone number. These things are tooeasy for criminals to discover. So don't use them. Your password should notinclude information about you.
Thankfully, there are ways to havememorable but hard-to-guess passwords. Consider this: in addition to single words,phrases can also be easy to remember. Maybe it’s a favorite song lyric orquote. An example is "Jack and Jill went up the hill". That's easy toremember, right? Well, your password is there. It’s the first letter of eachword. In this example, this will be your password. That's not something that iseasily guessed. Here is why.
First, it’s not in the dictionary. Thismakes guessing it harder. There are about 60,000 words in English. A computercan test out those words pretty quickly, so don't use them. But there's more.This password could still be stronger by adding upper-case letters, numbers orspecial characters. So now this is a very strong password, but there is still arisk. If you write it down, be careful where you keep it .Be aware that somebodycan look over your shoulder or find it in your trash. Giving it to loved-onesis also risky. They may not be as cautious as you are. Only you should knowyour password.
Criminals may also try to fool you intohanding it over via phone calls. Never tell anyone your password over thephone. And be careful when you get an email that asks for a password. It couldbe a scam. To help avoid problems, don't use the same password everywhere, that'slike having one key that unlocks everything you own. The stakes are high if youlose it. Also, be careful if you use a computer that is not yours. Let's sayyou check email using a computer in a store, library or computer lab. You login, check email and walk away. The next person to use that computer now hasaccess to your email account and all the information in it. Always remember tolog out of each site you visit on a computer that isn't yours.
Passwords are an essential part of lifeonline, and if we’re not careful about keeping them secret, they can cause bigproblems. By understanding the risks, and making passwords stronger, we canfeel a little more secure.
Often, there is surely only one thingstanding between your sensitive information and criminals, your password. Ifthey get it, they can get into bank accounts and private files, and wreak havoc. For this reason, it’simportant to know what makes a password strong and secure. This is SecurePasswords Explained by Common Craft.



Chances are, you use passwords every day.To open your computer, log on your favorite websites, to get work done. Theeasy route is to have a simple password that works everywhere. Unfortunately,this can be a problem. Criminals are very good at guessing passwords. Some havecomputer programs that can make millions of guesses until something works. Andif they already know information about you, it is even easier. Your job is tocreate a password that is very hard to guess. Here’s how.



Your first thought may be to use a pet'sname, a birth date, an address or part of a phone number. These things are tooeasy for criminals to discover. So don't use them. Your password should notinclude information about you.



Thankfully, there are ways to havememorable but hard-to-guess passwords. Consider this: in addition to single words,phrases can also be easy to remember. Maybe it’s a favorite song lyric orquote. An example is "Jack and Jill went up the hill". That's easy toremember, right? Well, your password is there. It’s the first letter of eachword. In this example, this will be your password. That's not something that iseasily guessed. Here is why.



First, it’s not in the dictionary. Thismakes guessing it harder. There are about 60,000 words in English. A computercan test out those words pretty quickly, so don't use them. But there's more.This password could still be stronger by adding upper-case letters, numbers orspecial characters. So now this is a very strong password, but there is still arisk. If you write it down, be careful where you keep it .Be aware that somebodycan look over your shoulder or find it in your trash. Giving it to loved-onesis also risky. They may not be as cautious as you are. Only you should knowyour password.



Criminals may also try to fool you intohanding it over via phone calls. Never tell anyone your password over thephone. And be careful when you get an email that asks for a password. It couldbe a scam. To help avoid problems, don't use the same password everywhere, that'slike having one key that unlocks everything you own. The stakes are high if youlose it. Also, be careful if you use a computer that is not yours. Let's sayyou check email using a computer in a store, library or computer lab. You login, check email and walk away. The next person to use that computer now hasaccess to your email account and all the information in it. Always remember tolog out of each site you visit on a computer that isn't yours.



Passwords are an essential part of lifeonline, and if we’re not careful about keeping them secret, they can cause bigproblems. By understanding the risks, and making passwords stronger, we canfeel a little more secure.
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[Homework]【整理】2010-10-24&10-30 密码保卫战

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【Homework】
Often, there is surely only one thing standing between your sensitive information and criminals, your password. If they get it, they can get into bank accounts and private files and* wreak havoc*. For this reason, it's important to know what makes a password strong and secure. This is Secure Passwords, Explained by Common Craft.
Chances are, you use passwords, every day to open your computer, to log on your favourite websites, to get your work done. The easy *route* is to have a simple password that works everywhere. Unfortunately, this can be a problem. Criminals are very good at guessing passwords. Some have computer programes that can make millions of guesses until something works. And if they already know informatin of you, it's even easier. Your job is to create a password that is very hard to guess. Here's how:

Your first thought maybe to use your pet's name, a birth date, an address or a part of a phone number. These things are too easy for criminals to discover, so don't use them. Your password should not include information about you.

Thankfully, there are ways to have memorable but hard-to-guess passwords. Consider this: in addition to single words, phrases can also be easy to remember. Maybe it is a favourite song lyric or a *quote*. An example is " jack and jill went up the hill". That's easy to remember, right ? Well, your password is there. It'sthe first letter of each word. In this example, this will be your password. That's no something that is easily guessed. Here os why.

First, it's not in the dictionary, this makes guessing it harder. There are about 60,000 words in English. A computer can test out those words pretty quickly, so don't use them. But there's more, this password could still be stronger by adding uper-case letters, numbers or special characters. So now this is a really strong password, but there is still a risk. If you write it down, be careful where you keep it. Be aware that someone can look over your shoulder or find it in your trash. Giving it to loved-ones is also risky, they may not be as cautious as you are. Only you should know your passwords.

Criminals may also try to fool you into handing it over *via* phones calls. So never tell anyone your password over the phone. And be careful when you get a e-mail that ask you for a password. It maybe a scam. To help avoid problems, don't use same password everywhere. That's like using one key that unlock everything you own. The stakes are high if you lose it. Also, be careful of you use a computer that is not yours. Let's say you check your e-mail using a computer in a store, library or computer lab. You log in, check e-mail and walk away. Next person to use that computer now has access to your account and all the informantion in it. Always remember to log out of each site after you visit on a computer that isn't yours.

Passwords are an essential part of lifeonline, and if we’re not careful about keeping them secret, they can cause bigproblems. By understanding the risks, and making passwords stronger, we canfeel a little more secure.
HOMEWORK
Often, there is surely only one thingstanding between your sensitive information and criminals, your password. Ifthey get it, they can get into bank accounts and private files, and wreak havoc. For this reason, it’simportant to know what makes a password strong and secure. This is SecurePasswords Explained by Common Craft.
Chances are, you use passwords every day.To open your computer, log on your favorite websites, to get work done. Theeasy route is to have a simple password that works everywhere. Unfortunately,this can be a problem. Criminals are very good at guessing passwords. Some havecomputer programs that can make millions of guesses until something works. Andif they already know information about you, it is even easier. Your job is tocreate a password that is very hard to guess. Here’s how.
Your first thought may be to use a pet'sname, a birth date, an address or part of a phone number. These things are tooeasy for criminals to discover. So don't use them. Your password should notinclude information about you.
Thankfully, there are ways to havememorable but hard-to-guess passwords. Consider this: in addition to single words,phrases can also be easy to remember. Maybe it’s a favorite song lyric orquote. An example is "Jack and Jill went up the hill". That's easy toremember, right? Well, your password is there. It’s the first letter of eachword. In this example, this will be your password. That's not something that iseasily guessed. Here is why.
First, it’s not in the dictionary. Thismakes guessing it harder. There are about 60,000 words in English. A computercan test out those words pretty quickly, so don't use them. But there's more.This password could still be stronger by adding upper-case letters, numbers orspecial characters. So now this is a very strong password, but there is still arisk. If you write it down, be careful where you keep it .Be aware that somebodycan look over your shoulder or find it in your trash. Giving it to loved-onesis also risky. They may not be as cautious as you are. Only you should knowyour password.
Criminals may also try to fool you intohanding it over via phone calls. Never tell anyone your password over thephone. And be careful when you get an email that asks for a password. It couldbe a scam. To help avoid problems, don't use the same password everywhere, that'slike having one key that unlocks everything you own. The stakes are high if youlose it. Also, be careful if you use a computer that is not yours. Let's sayyou check email using a computer in a store, library or computer lab. You login, check email and walk away. The next person to use that computer now hasaccess to your email account and all the information in it. Always remember tolog out of each site you visit on a computer that isn't yours.
Passwords are an essential part of lifeonline, and if we’re not careful about keeping them secret, they can cause bigproblems. By understanding the risks, and making passwords stronger, we canfeel a little more secure.
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