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Create Great Passwords: Easy Password for the Day

Our Easy Password for the Day

Keep your password secure

Do you want to create a great password that is easy to remember? Do you find passwords are hard to remember? Here's a Easy Password for the Day for your use.

The easy password for the day is from a quote by , one of our 180,000+ quotes.

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Possible for Use: (Step 1)

Password:
Blogger:bLog
Google:gOO
Facebook:FBoo
Email:eM
YouTube:Ut
Twitter:tWt
Netflix:nfX

So how does this work?

You take a famous quote that is easy for you to remember and use the first character of each word, to make the password.

To make different passwords for the other websites you visit, add some more characters to the password, like adding "gOO" for Google.

Making The Easy Password Better

Avoid beginning the password with an upper case letter.

By adding punctuation, symbols, and numerals the password gets even better. So by adding the year you were born would be good but even better would be to add a portion of the year. e.g. if you were born in 1954 add "954" (last three digits of the year). You could use any date important to you.

Possible for Use: (Step 2)

Password:954
Blogger:954bLog
Google:954gOO
Facebook:954FBoo
Email:954eM
YouTube:954Ut
Twitter:954tWt
Netflix:954nfX

Now lets make it better by adding some punctuation (this sample will add two punctuations, you may want to add more).

Possible for Use: (Step 3)

Password:\954~
Blogger:\954~bLog
Google:\954~gOO
Facebook:\954~FBoo
Email:\954~eM
YouTube:\954~Ut
Twitter:\954~tWt
Netflix:\954~nfX

To remember the easy password all you have to remember is the quote (and type only the first character of each word):

Remember the first punctuation:

\

Remember the year:

954

Remember the second punctuation:

~

and which application/website the password is for and add those characters you have chosen.

The above quote may not be the one for you but you can choose from over 180,000 quotes in our database for your most secure easy to remember passwords or make up your own quote using the same method described above.

Next Step for Easy Passwords

Next step, learn how to create easy to remember passwords from the extensive collection of quotations.

Next Step for Passwords

BFR

BFR is a brute force rating of the password, a higher number is generally a more secure. This password has the following characteristics:

  • Length: 5
  • Uppercase characters: 0
  • Lowercase characters: 0
  • Numbers: 3
  • Puncuation: 2
  • BFR: 3

The lowest BFR in our list of quotes is a four while the highest BFR is sixty (100 characters). The BFR is a logarithm value with BFR five being 1000 times greater than BFR four. A password length of eight characters will have a BFR of approximately five while one with a length of twelve characters will have a BFR of seven to eight.

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