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To create a strong password, you should use a mix of upper- and lowercase letters, numbers, and symbols.
Once you've given one account a strong password, don't reuse that password for other accounts — doing so means that if one account is hacked, all of your accounts can be compromised.
Using a password manager will help you keep track of your passwords, and allow you to create strong passwords for every account.
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