Strong & Secure Password Generator
Create strong and secure passwords that will prevent your account from being breached
About Random Password Generator Tool
Our random password generator tool is capable of generating strong & secure passwords that will lower the risk of getting your account hacked and breached withouut your knowledge. All the passwords that are generated with this tool are not stored on our servers in any way and are only generated in real-time on the client side.
Using this tool is pretty simple and straightforward. All you have to do is to select the requirements for the type of password that you want and the tool will generate it based on those conditions, such as include numbers, symbols, lowercase, or uppercase characters. Once the password is generated, please make sure that you store it in safe place that would keep it away from prying eyes.
Tips to keep your passwords safe & secure
Here are some of the tips and important points to remember in order to create and keep your passwords secure:
- Make your passwords long: using long and complex passwords makes it hard for hackers to crack your password. Hackers use various methods to crack your passwords, one of which is "Brute Force" attacks. With this method, a computer program generates a combination of every letter, symbol, and number in order to crack the password. However, if you use long and complex passwords, the brute force process becomes much harder and takes more time to crack. It is recommended to use more than 30 characters.
- DO NOT reuse your passwords: you should avoid using the same password on all websites and user accounts. By doing so, if a hacker cracks your password and gains access to one of your accounts, they will guess and gain access to all your other accounts that use the same password. This could potentially put your sensitive information to risk.
- Avoid using common phrases or personal information in your passwords: most of the time, hackers breach accounts by guessing their password. This is usually the case when people use very common passwords such as "password123" or they incluude personal information in their password such as "JasonPassword". Therefore, you should avoid this practice at any cost as it will put your account at big risk.
- Change your passwords frequently: it is good practice to regularly change your password on important and sensitive accounts, such as your online banking account or work email account.
- Store your passwords in a secure place: avoid writing your passwords on a piece of paper or in a Notes app on your computer which can be accessed easily. Our recommendation is to use Password Managers, such as 1Password or LastPass, which provide features to securely store your passwords in encrypted format, generate strong and secure passwords, sync your passwords across devices, and more.
- Don't save your passwords in your web browser: many browsers nowadays have the ability to save passwords so that you can quickly log into your account when you visit a website. This is unsafe as anyone who gains access to your computer can view these passwords and easily access your accounts without your permission, especially if your computer doesn't require any password during login.