Windows 10: Can Your password be Cracked? Lets Find Out...

Discus and support Can Your password be Cracked? Lets Find Out... in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; Is PassWord safe? Is my phone number safe? That is common. Is my name safe? Well NO!! To be truly safe you need much more. The point of this post is to... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by Lance1, Jul 30, 2020.

  1. Lance1 Win User

    Can Your password be Cracked? Lets Find Out...


    Is PassWord safe? Is my phone number safe? That is common. Is my name safe? Well NO!! To be truly safe you need much more. The point of this post is to create an unbreakable password. I think I have found a way to create and remember a 31 character password. First, you need to create a phrase you'll remember like...

    pam never forgot her phone number and address.

    PmnfGothPnAa1674913553436

    Now you need to create random characters and insert them into the password. for instance.

    & _ # @ + @ ( + $ # & !

    Now insert them into the password like so.

    P&m_nfGo#[email protected][email protected](5+5$3#4&3!6

    pam never forgot her phone number and address.

    I know it looks difficult and impossible. I have done this, and you can too! It all stems from the passphrase.

    "pam never forgot her phone number and address"

    The hard part? Remembering were the random characters go... But it does come in time and you'll have one hell of a password.

    Test your password... The password I created here is can be cracked by 959 million trillion trillion trillion years. Buy this web site determination.



    How secure is your password?

    :)
     
    Lance1, Jul 30, 2020
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  2. MCK
    mck Win User

    How can I find the password for my Windows 10 laptop?

    I found a solution to my problem. What I did was:
    1. Open Network & Sharing Center on the laptop.
    2. Click "Change advanced sharing settings"
    3. Expand the "All Networks" item.
    4. Change "Password protected sharing" from On to Off.

    Now when I click my laptop name in File Explorer > Networks, it just shows my shared folder without asking for a network credentials password. This is how it used to work before.

    Hope this helps others,
     
  3. Marivel Man, Jul 30, 2020
    #3
  4. John Sarc Win User

    Can Your password be Cracked? Lets Find Out...

    Finding a Homegroup Password

    Hi,

    To view and print HomeGroup password, see the steps below:

    • Open File Explorer, click on HomeGroup
      in the navigation pane.
    • Click on the HomeGroup tab on the ribbon.
    • Click on View password.
    • You will now see the HomeGroup password that you can also print out.

    Let us know how it goes.
     
    John Sarc, Jul 30, 2020
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