In today’s digital age, protecting your online accounts is of utmost importance. A strong passphrase is the first line of defense against unauthorised access and our simple passphrase generator is here to help you create one with ease. Say goodbye to weak passwords and hello to secure passphrases!  The password generator is based on the NCSC advice of using three random words.

Use the slider options to make the password more complex by adding another word, a number or special characters.

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Secure Your Digital Life with our Simple Passphrase Generator

Don’t leave your online accounts vulnerable to cyberattacks. With our simple passphrase generator, you can create strong and unique passphrases that provide an essential layer of protection for your digital life. Get started today and experience the peace of mind that comes with enhanced online security!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Using our tool above is a good place to start.  Alternatively, use a combination of random words that are unrelated to each other. Avoid using common phrases or quotes that can be easily guessed or found in a dictionary.

A passphrase is a sequence of words or other text used to authenticate a user’s identity and provide access to a computer system or digital account.

A passphrase is typically longer and consists of multiple words, while a password is usually shorter and consists of a combination of letters, numbers, and symbols. Passphrases can be easier to remember and more difficult for hackers to crack.

A strong passphrase should be at least 12 characters long, but the longer the better.  Add numbers and non-alphanumeric characters to make it even harder to crack.

Yes, spaces can be used in a passphrase and can help make it more complex.

No, you should use a different passphrase for each of your accounts to minimise the risk of your information being compromised in the event of a breach.  We recommend that password managers are used for this reason.  We recommend Bitwarden and Keeper

No, you should not share your passphrase with anyone, even family members or coworkers. Each person should have their own unique login credentials.

To protect your passphrase, avoid writing it down, use two-factor authentication, and never share it with others.