How Strong is Your Password?
We will not retain information entered into this password grader. The password you enter is checked and graded on your computer. It is not sent over the Internet. Just the same, be careful where you type your passwords anywhere online.
Note: This is not a guarantee of the security of your password. Please use it for reference only. This is not a replacement for professional security products. It is intended to educate on the weakest of passwords—not highly analyze strong passwords.
Step 1: Make a strong password
Use multiple passwords
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Most people use more than six passwords—how many times have you forgotten yours? SafeKey keeps passwords organized under a single master password. Instead of accumulating several complex passwords, remember one.
McAfee SafeKey*, which is included with McAfee All Access*, is tailor-made to protect all your devices, usernames, and passwords from one place.