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Passwords (or passphrases) may use any characters that can be entered at the keyboard, including spaces, accented characters, and punctuation. They may be up to 64 characters long, and you are strongly encouraged to make use of this length and diversity. (Keep in mind that some characters may be difficult to enter on a mobile device.) Do not use this password for any other site.
People are not as random as they think they are. For your convenience (and without endorsement or guarantee) the following links offer to create random passwords for you, on your own machine (in most browsers, right-click to open in a separate tab or window): random words (inspired by this xkcd comic) random characters There are many such sites on the internet if these don't appeal to you. At the time I created the link, these passwords were being generated on your local machine. To ensure this, you can disconnect from the net while generating the password. (Many browsers have an icon in the lower right for this purpose.) Come up with a little story that helps you remember your password - this is probably easier with the random words site. But for gosh sakes, don't even think of using any of the thousand most common passwords - for any of your sites!
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