Using safer passwords

It is very common that the users make use of simple passwords very basic or for their account of mail, service FTP or access to the Control Panel. This allows that any hacker discovers your password of mail for example and possibly uses your account of mail for the generation of post office of Spam, putting in risk to the mail servant and putting in black lists to the domain of your account, which will cause multiple problems to send legitimate post office to your adressees and all the accounts of the same domain.

For this reason, it is very important that the users take the principles precautions and well-taken care of in the passwords that use in each one of the services that occupy in Internet and of preference they make use of different passwords for each type on watch.

Next we gave some suggestions to create and to use safer passwords:

  • As far as possible, to have eight characters as minimum.
  • Not to use in the password the name of user, the real name or the name of the company.
  • Not to make use of a complete word that is recognizable.

If the system allows it, it must be composed by characters of each one of the following four categories:

  • To contain uppercase letters (To, B, C, etc.)
  • To contain very small letters (to, b, c, etc.)
  • To contain numbers (0, 1, 2, etc.)
  • To contain keyboard characters (#, $, %, etc.)

On the basis of the previous thing, you can construct different passwords for each one of the services and that are much more safe that those that surely you use at the moment.

In addition, it is very important that NEVER you give your passwords to him to nobody, although you receive post office that ask for it to you and seem true. The protection of your services is in maintaining to defense your passwords and a safe place.

If you consider that you must write down the password in some place to be able to remember it, remembers that you do not have to leave writing that is your password and must maintain it in a safe place and only to the reach yours.