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Test Your Password Strength

Despite the thousands of warnings telling us not to use the same password for every site, most of us use the same password, or a variation of that password on most websites for the simple reason that multiple passwords are hard to remember. Since this practice is unlikely to change, the one password we do use must be a strong one.

One of the most interesting places to test a password’s strength is The process is easy: type in your password, and the site tells how much time it would take for a PC to calculate your password in a normal, brute-force attack where characters are generated randomly until the password is found.

Variation is the key in developing a password. Use at least an uppercase letter, a lowercase letter, special character and number in your password—and make it more than 8 characters long.

If you need assistance keeping your finances more secure from the tax man contact us at or 904-396-5400.

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