You’ll create your own password as part of the activation process. Together with your GTIIT account or your Technion account, your password lets you log in to many authentication-protected online services.
Armed with your passwords, criminals can get into your online accounts or profiles and steal your money, identity, academic paper, research outputs, and more besides. That’s why you should NEVER reveal your password to anyone, no matter how much you trust them! Make sure you use a strong, but memorable, passphrase.
Never give your passwords to anyone.
Create a different password for every account.
If you’ve had your password stolen, change it and report it immediately.
When you change your password for one service, your password will automatically change for other services too.
Changed your University password?
If you have changed your University password since setting up the wireless network you may need to delete the known network and re-connect. For guidance, see How to forget eduroam.
Create a password that includes a mix of characters and has at least ten characters.
When resetting your password, it is advised to pick a new password that is at least five characters different to your existing password.
Choose the initial letters of words in a line from a favourite song or poem, and replace some of the letters with different character types that look similar. For example: I don’t like sardine becomes 1DLS@rd1ne
Set your security questions and answers
The Password Management(PWM) service allows you to set security questions and answers that you can use should you forget your password.