Protect Yourself with Strong Passwords

computer keyboardSecure passwords are all about length and complexity. The longer and more complex the password is, the more difficult it will be to hack. To help you to remember longer, more complex passwords, consider using a passphrase instead of a password. It works like this: choose a phrase and then use the first letter of each word of the sentence as your password. For example, "I love getting to work at 8:00 AM!" would be "Ilgtw@8A!" This would qualify as a "Very Strong" password. The next time you create a new password have fun, be creative and be sure not to use any personal information. For more information on how to ensure your safety online, please visit www.univest.net/security-center.


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