Use a strong password for your Cubits account

Cubits’ policy requires you use strong passwords with your Cubits account. Below are some tips to ensure you are using a secure password.

  • Your password should not be easy to guess. Don't use a word or phrase of special importance to you, such as your birthday or a name of your family member. 

  • Your password needs to be long. It should be at least 8 characters long. Longer passwords are even more secure.

  • You password needs to have at least one special character (between double quotes): “  !"#$%&'()*+,-./:;<=>?@[\]^_`{|}~”.

If you are not sure you have a strong password, reset your password as soon as possible.

Protect your account with two-factor authentication

Cubits offers an improved security method called two-factor authentication that is designed to ensure that you are the only person who can access your account – even if someone else knows your password.

Other tips for keeping your account secure

Good online security requires a mix of practices by companies providing Internet services and informed behavior by their customers. Below are some tips to maximize your security when using your Cubits account.

Password tips:

  • Always use a strong password.

  • Never use your Cubits account password with other online accounts.

  • Avoid reusing old passwords.

Account tips:

  • Set up two-factor authentication for your Cubits account to add an extra layer of security to your account.

  • Avoid phishing scams. Don’t click links in suspicious email or text messages and never provide personal information on any website that you are not certain is legitimate. Learn how to identify phishing attempts.

  • Do not share your Cubits account with other people, even family members.

  • When using a public computer, always sign out when your session is complete to prevent other people from accessing your Cubits account.

Never provide your username, password, verification codes, recovery key, or any other account security details to anyone else. Cubits will never ask you for this information.

Learn More

Learn what to do if you think your account data has been compromised.