An easy to remember password is one that can be easily hacked, so any passwords you use should be strong.
A good, strong WIFI password consists of at least a dozen or so numbers, letters, and symbols.
A strong password can be very difficult – if not impossible – to remember.
What do you do if someone comes to your house and you want to give them your WIFI password?
You could get them to type in your password, after you have found a written copy of it somewhere.
Or you could simply opt to share it with them when prompted by your phone or other device.
How to Share Your WIFI Password:
If the person you want to share your password with is already in your contacts list,
you can easily share your WIFI password with them.
Both devices (yours and your guest’s) should have Bluetooth turned on.
When they go to WIFI settings,
you will see a message on your device asking you if you want to share your password with this person.
You can click “Yes” or “Share Password” and your password will be put on their device with no effort at all.
If You Change Your Password:
If you change your WIFI password, the next time your guest comes over they won’t have the password anymore.
You will need to go through the process of sharing your password again.
Most internet security experts recommend changing internet passwords every six months or so, so it is a good idea to follow this advice.
Remember that changing your password is a simple procedure that can prevent someone from hacking into your computer and/or any smart home devices you may have.
One of the best pieces of advice I ever got is to never leave the factory installed password on any device.
Always change a pre-installed password as soon as you get a new device, and make sure you change that password twice a year.