Thanks to a world wrapped around technology and the internet, we are stuck stretching our brains to find room to somehow remember passwords to numerous different sites. Nowadays, they ALL force you to create an account. To make matters worse, each site is different. Many decide to be picky and force you to have so many characters, a combination of letters and numbers, special characters, to start only with a letter and sometimes on capitalized, so you cannot even have a few passwords that you use for all sites, especially when some even go as far as forcing you to change your password every so often. Let’s add one more notch to the frustration belt here–Sometimes you must change your password and it cannot be similar to the prior three or four passwords. INSANITY I tell ya!
If anyone has figured out a way to keep track of all of their passwords, please let me know. I cannot even write them down and keep them in my safe because they are changed all of the time and I don’t have time to constantly rewrite them. Why can’t we all just have finger scanners for our fingerprints that allow us access to all sites? I know they are out there; I see them all the time in hospitals for their convenience, so why not everyday computer users?
*Your password must be at least 8 characters long
*must contain three numbers, but only only one of them can be an even number, excluding zero
*must have a minimum of two special characters not including a required underdash somewhere in the middle
*must be in relation to a mystical creature other than bigfoot
P3ga-_5us-8 PASSWORD STRENGTH – POOR