How to create a strong password in Kaspersky PURE R2?
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How to create a strong password in Kaspersky PURE R2?

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2012 Aug 31 ID: 4670
 
 
 
 

Applies to Kaspersky PURE R2

Follow the recommendations for creating a secure password:

  • a password should be made up of six characters or more;
  • a password can contain digits, Latin characters, space and special characters («.», «,», «?», «!», «<», «>», «”», etc.);
  • it is highly advised to create a password which includes a combination of upper- and lower-case alphabetic letters and digits.

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If you lose or forget the password to a protected object, the object’s contents cannot be restored!

 

You must not use in the password:

  • words found in a dictionary or set expressions;
  • any easy-to-guess sequence like: qwerty123456789qazxsw etc.;
  • personal data: first and last namesaddressespassport numberssocial security numbers etc.;
  • It is strongly advised not to reuse the passwords which you use to run other programs (e-maildatabases, etc).

InformationMaximum number of symbols in a password for the Password Manager or DataEncryption functional modules from Kaspersky PURE R2 is 8 symbols.

 
 
 
 
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