Passwords are crucial for protecting our online information, but not all passwords are strong. The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) recommends a simple yet effective way to create strong passwords: use three random words. For example, “NoisyBluePorcupine”. This type of password is easy to remember and long enough to be secure against hacking attempts.

The idea is that combining three unrelated words makes a password that is tough to guess and difficult to crack. A password like “NoisyBluePorcupine” would take a very long time to break using current hacking methods.

Following this advice, we’ve made an easy-to-use tool that generates passwords from an adjective, a color, and an animal. Give it a try and make your own secure password today!

Password Generator

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