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A password is a secret phrase or word known to a user alone or a restricted group of users. Countless websites require a password to secure users' accounts. The password might require a minimum number of characters or a symbol and a number combination.
But does that guarantee a safer password?
Regardless of web users' intentions, policies often force them to choose terrible passwords. Evidence demonstrates that when sequences of arbitrary procedures are implemented, users become irritated and select awful passwords. This occurs partly because most people have no idea of how their passwords can be maneuvered.