Print specific values from dictionary with a specific key name
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If you make them too hard users will right them down which will undermine your whole password scheme.
Yeah, I agree, too. Making the password too hard will affect you as well, just make it moderate and use a word/phrase/numbers or a mix of all them that is known to you.
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Something Wicked This Way Comes becomes
5 = S from something, w is obvious, + is the T, w is obvious again, C is from comes, an Exclamation point, a period, and then a couple of numbers, I usually use a set of numbers based on something or another, the last 2 digits in the IP address, or the first 2 digits, or if I'm changing the passwords multiple times, it might that particular iteration, or whatever. But the point is that I use a pass phrase and then haxor it up. So it's easy enough to remember even though it looks like some random letters, symbols. I try to use quotes that are somewhat known, but not TOO well known
Neither a borrower or lender be:
n @ brlb!.38 (spaces added to avoid this thing auto creating a hyperlink)
WWIII will be fought with sticks and stones: (Albert Einstein)
All the worlds a stage:
@ +wa5 . 23 again, with a dot and some numbers after it.
anyways, those are some of my ideas.
- pass phrase, take first letters of each phrase, haxor it up.
Easy to remember, hard to figure out, in my opinion.
Don't worry, I didn't give you guys any of MY passwords. Doh!