To have more security on your information, protecting it from any cyber-attacks, we recommend that the password be changed frequently and contain one or more of these tips.


  1. Use upper and lower case letters and numbers and unique character, for example: [email protected]$sw0rd
  2. Avoid using your personal information, such as the first letters of your name or date of birth on your password, for example Me1990.
  3. Do not use sequential letters and numbers on your password, for example: Abcd1234.
  4. Try to make your password more than ten letters.
  5. Use different passwords on several websites and applications.
  6. Use multi-factor authentication 2FA/MFA for example mPass by Cerebra. 
Always remember to change your password frequently.
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