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Although our students grow up surrounded by technology they aren’t always aware of the importance of having a strong password, nor are they necessarily equipped with the know-how of how to make a good one. What makes a password good, and the habits needed to ensure our digital safety, are skills that need to be taught.
In five slides, this product explains what makes for good passwords and teaches students ways to create unique ones that are hard to guess and easy to remember. By itself this is useful information for students to have, but as a bonus, I also built a password-generator and manager that you and your students can use.
The password-generator is in a Microsoft Excel file that I’ve designed. When you open it, it asks you if you’d like to have a password that uses special characters like % ^ or *, and allows you to choose how many characters you’d like your code to be. (min 8, max 25) Every time you make a selection new cells will appear so that you’re guided through the creation process. Also, since you may be using the file to record sensitive information, the generator also provides instructions on how to protect the file itself to stop people from accessing your ledger.
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