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  2. Protecting your AOL Account - AOL Help

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    Use different passwords. Using a single password for AOL and other sites (Facebook, Twitter, or banking websites) may place your AOL account, username or email at risk. We suggest using unique passwords for each site you visit. Be creative. Make sure that your password is difficult for others to guess, but easy for you to remember.

  3. List of the most common passwords - Wikipedia

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    In the 2016 edition, the 25 most common passwords made up more than 10% of the surveyed passwords, with the most common password of 2016, "123456", making up 4%. [5] Keeper [ edit] Password manager Keeper compiled its own list of the 25 most common passwords in 2016, from 25 million passwords leaked in data breaches that year. [15]

  4. Password strength - Wikipedia

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    A password with an entropy of 42 bits calculated in this way would be as strong as a string of 42 bits chosen randomly, for example by a fair coin toss. Put another way, a password with an entropy of 42 bits would require 2 42 (4,398,046,511,104) attempts to exhaust all possibilities during a brute force search.

  5. 7 red flags someone is stealing your Wi-Fi - AOL

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    The first step, Hamerstone says, is to check your router. “Follow the instructions provided with your router to login to your admin account, and from here you can check to see which devices are ...

  6. Strong authentication - Wikipedia

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    A third class of definitions says that strong authentication is any form of authentication in which the verification is accomplished without the transmission of a password. [citation needed] This is the case for example with the definition found in the Fermilab documentation. [3]

  7. Cognitive password - Wikipedia

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    3 Examples 4 References 5 Works cited 6 External links History Research on passwords as an authentication method has struggled between memorability and strong security. Passwords that are easily remembered are easily cracked by attackers. On the other hand, strong passwords are difficult to crack but also difficult to remember.

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