Nothing is fool proof but at least you can remember some.... LOL.
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Well, now you just gave away everybody's password and we're just scrambling to change them now.kr0zet wrote: ↑Dec 4th, 2018 7:53 pmRead an interesting article recently, we are making passwords that are easier for computers to guess and harder for humans to remember. 8 random characters using lower/upper case and special characters? Taking less and less time for computers to brute force. How about a 21 character password you can remember??? Hitmewithyourbestsh0t Researchers are saying that a song lyric with a mixed in number is easier to remember and the longer passwords are harder to crack for computers.
Password - Howsecureismypassword.org
TakeMyBreathAway1 - 2 trillion years to crack
Shout,Shout,letitallout - 3 Septillion years to crack
Icantdrive55 - 2 thousand years to crack
YouvebeenThunderstruck - 45 Quintillion Years to crack
Hitmebaby1moretime - 145 Trillion Years to crack
I use this theory to set my passwords now and have no problem remembering them.
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This is fairly risky considering it's easy to crack spreadsheet passwords. The only way I would ever do this is if I had it only stored on an encrypted USB drive.Innova101 wrote: ↑Dec 6th, 2018 8:11 amI have all of account logins and passwords in an Excel spreadsheet. The spreadsheet itself is password protected. So, anytime I cannot recall a password, i simply open up the spreadsheet and good-to-go. As others have suggested, a strong master password for your master list might be a good idea. You can always write that password on a piece of paper in a book somewhere for backup in case of human-memory-failure. As long as you remember where the piece of paper is tucked away.
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that why I have a rar notepad with my password in it. But I don't write them down completly. For example, if the password is Concombre4! (cucumber in french) I will note C***4!.