Hello fellas, hows you all doing? Hope you are forwarding your steps on success path. May be making lots of accounts on bunch of social networks. Many websites are being more popular day by day. Many new social networks are launching frequently, recently Microsoft Networks launched its social network for students, so.cl. Making few accounts is not a thing but setting same passwords for them is a weak security for your online identity. So you need to be careful about your security for your different accounts there. And for the question “How can I improve that security?” this post has been written, “Shielding your Security”. Let create a example for password generating trick/pattern.
We’ll take an example of *Pitter’s facebook account. He is used to set all his passwords same as ‘mynameispitter’. Now if someone get to know his password for just one account, that someone will surely try that password on Pitter’s other accounts and may be he could succeeded if all passwords has set to be same.
We are considering pattern of X + Y + Z to generate our password.(You can use anything in place of plus sign like @,#,$ likewise).
Here X is said to be first three letter of website’s name.(In our example it is, ‘ fac ‘ ).
Y can be Pitter’s birthdate in ‘reverse order’, this reverse order can make stronger password.(suppose Pitter born on 24/10/88, you in this case ‘Y’ is ’880124′.)
Now its ‘Z’s turn, this is going to concrete your password by appending special characters to it, Take first three digits of mobile number and convert them to special characters accordingly.(Suppose our hero has mobile number starting from 940, Now when you look at the line of numbers in your keyboard, you’ll find special symbols on each key. You have to type your digits from there while holding ‘shift’, at last our ‘Z’ is ‘ ($) ‘ because on key 9,4 and 0 there are special characters (,$ and ) respectively.)
This is just an example pattern, you can try it in your way. At the end our hero Pitter is having password for his facebook profile like this ‘fac880124($)‘.
Now you can see our generated password is hard to guess. But as every coin has two sides, this trick also have bad side if your pattern is so simple and if however someone found it, your all accounts having password with that particular pattern may be in danger.
Note: Use this type of patterns for your social networks and mailing accounts only, don’t use it on the accounts which are having data of your other accounts or data related to money or your banking details.