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A great help from Kaspersky again!

You THINK your password is safe?

Type one of yours in this website and see just HOW secure it is

Please type your results, on here and let us know how long YOUR current Facebook password will take to hack (Obviously DO NOT post your password too )

When you update your password avoid REAL words, or break them with an _ (underscore) and add an ! (exclamation mark) at the end
and with the new Brute Force Hacking Tools, making o into 0 and E into 3 makes NO difference, the software is too clever to miss that now, not like a few years ago when it was easily tricked!

something like
Steve_Maniac_Procter_2015!
first name, nickname, surname, a year and an exclamation mark (!) That does make it harder to hack, so does using words that are not real words, so if you write your name or normal password backwards that will be very secure!
thisismypassword = drowssapymsisiht
You can use this website to do it easily for you 🙂  http://www.upsidedowntext.com/ (just turn off upside down text)

Check your password here:

http://blog.kaspersky.com/password-check/

 

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Steve P


I started on computers back in the days of the Sinclair ZX81 and Spectrum, back when people were coming to terms with how great their new digital watch was. Even though I worked in DIY Shops, Fancy Goods, the building trade, DJ’ing etc, my main interest and passion was always in coding, graphics and games. I decided to take the plunge into computer shops in the mid 90’s and in 2003 set up my own computer business.
I have a simple work ethic which is I prefer to make a little money often, rather than charging a fortune and losing customers. This has proven to work for me and my customers. In all the years I have traded I have never advertised and yet each week, I get new customers through recommendations – there is no higher praise :)

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