How secure is your password?

How secure is your password?

For checking your password is safe or not do as follow:
(For better understanding you can refer from the screenshots I have posted below)

Firstly click on the link and you will be directed to one website where you can check your password.

The site will look like this:


Now you have to enter your password for checking how secure it is. So, enter your password and see how much time a hacker will require cracking your password.


As soon as you started entering your password, the screen color will also change according to that.

RED: Your password can be easily hacked.

Orange: Your password can be hacked but it will take some time.

Green: Your password can’t be hacked till you are alive :p

I have tried it for you so that you can understand how it works:

Here my password is weak and it shows on a red screen and my this password can be hacked in 5 hundred milliseconds if someone’s try. (Avoid this type of passwords go for good length passwords to make it more secure).


Now, here my password is not weak neither strong, as we can see the orange screen is up. If someone makes a try to crack your password it will require 6 years to crack that. This length password is also good but I’ll suggest you go for green screen password.


Here my password is strong as we see the green screen is up. And if someone tries to hack it they will require 204 million years, and trust me :p no one can live these much years, so it’s better to go with a green screen password.


Note: While entering your password always make sure that your password will contain:
         1. Capital Letters(A—Z).
         2. Small Letters(a—z).
         3. Numbers (0—9).
         4. Special Symbols(!,@,#,$,%,^,&,*,:,”,’).

Or if you want a password which contains only alphabets, you must try the combination of different languages.

I hope you have understood that how you can check your strength of the password. If you have any problem feel free to comment we will help you out. 

Watch the video for better understanding:

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