How to Change a Forgotten Oriflame Password
Oriflame Holding AG is a popular marketing cosmetics company founded in Sweden in 1967 by Jonas af Jochnick, Robert af Jochnick, and Bengt Hellsten. Oriflame is based in Switzerland and was listed on the Nasdaq Stockholm Exchange until 17 July 2019. The company is active in over 60 countries and is marketed by 3 million Oriflame distributors, generating annual sales of around $1,47 billion in 2018.
How to reset your Oriflame Password
If you lost your Oriflame website password, don't worry. It can be reset. Here's how:
- Log in to your Oriflame account.
- Select "My Page."
- Click on "My Profile Settings".
- Press "Manage Profile Settings".
- Click the "Change Password" tab.
- Follow the on-screen instructions.
How to create a strong and secure password.
It doesn't matter if you're trying to log into your email account, your smartphone, your PayPal account, or your World of Warcraft account, whatever you're doing you need a password. Unfortunately, the average user uses predictable patterns, words, or dates and almost never updates their password. As a result, most websites and apps have added requirements for user passwords. These days you can't create a password without fulfilling a minimum length requirement, as well as use upper and lower case letters, symbols, and/or numbers, and for good reason. Whether you are aware of it or not, most websites, accounts (like your bank account), social networks, and e-mails are probed and tested by hackers on a daily basis. It's not just you who is affected either, a single hacked account can be the gateway for a whole campaign, such as phishing email scams that are all but commonplace in recent years. In this day and age, secure passwords are more important than ever.
There are two key components to a good password: length and complexity.
The length seems fairly obvious, right? The longer the password the greater the password entropy, a measurement of how unpredictable a password is. Basically, each extra key added to your password increases its uncertainty and makes it more secure.
The Georgia Tech Research Institute conducted a study back in 2010, which concluded that a minimum of 12 random characters should be the minimum length for a password.
Now let's look at the other factor – complexity.
Complexity is usually seen as the key aspect of a secure password. A random collection of numbers, letters, and symbols look like the best defense against hackers. Malware using dictionary-style hacks can't figure out what word or word combination you used in such a configuration.
When you combine length and complexity you'll get a sturdy password that can withstand most hacker attacks.