Secure Password for WordPress

How to create Secure Password for your WordPress website?

Avoid dictionary words.
Use a combination of letters, numbers, and special characters.
Use a combination of capital and lower case letters.
If you use a word, try to combine multiple words, or use “made up” words.
Avoid familiar items (names, phone number, etc).
Avoid common passwords and generic sequences (ie. “password”, “admin”, “123456”, etc.).
The more characters you use, the safer (use at least 8 characters).
If you have shopping cart on your WordPress site, protect your password with a paid plugin if necessary.
Do not use admin or Admin as user name.
Do not share your password.
Do not use the same password you use on other services (gmail, Yahoo, etc).
Avoid using one password for all your logins. Choose admin password different than editor or other users.
Avoid logging in from public computers. If you do login, do not forget log out.
Change your password frequently.
Do not allow your password to be remembered by browser plugins.

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