strong password

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Noun A password that is difficult to detect by both humans and computer programs in order to protect data from unauthorized access. Strong passwords consist of at least six characters that are a combination of letters, numbers, and symbols, if allowed: the more characters the stronger the password. (used 50 times in citations and controls)
  • Per ISO 704:2009 methodology

Other Forms

Type Other Form
Plural strong passwords
Plural Possessive strong passwords'
Possessive strong password's

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