Avoid common references. Passwords are used to protect very personal information, so your password should be very personal to you. Perusing the list, there are many passwords that uses sports, "football" or "baseball" and cultural icons, such as "superman." Common references allows anonymous hackers to guess your password more easily.
Avoid prominent personal references. Hackers aren't always obscure, anonymous third party figures that lurk in the shadows. Sometimes it is the people around you that could hack your account, for this reason, we suggest not using personal references that are significant. Avoid using the names of the significant people around you, such as your wife's name or your children's date of birth. Stick to obscure references that are dated and less important to others but easy to remember for you. Try using the name of a childhood dog, or the date of birth of your first girl/boyfriend.
Spice up the alphanumerical combination. Most secure websites today require users to use both alphabets as well as numbers to make their password more secure. However, most people use the combinations of alphabet+numbers, such as "xxx123" but changing up the combination of the two could make your password significantly stronger. For example, "xx23xx" combination would be much harder to guess.
Use rules to develop unique logins for each account. Having unique logins can significantly strengthen your account security, but having to remember different usernames and passwords can be a daunting challenge, especially with a plethora of online accounts needed today. Although when using your own computer, it is helpful to have a password manager software, you could be left stranded when you are using a different computer. By having set rule for setting username and password can be useful. We use a combination of a set phrase in conjunction with variation that is determined by rules, for example the number of letters in the name of the website or the first word that is on the bottom of the homepage. This will assure your username and passwords are unique and can be easily remembered.