How many passwords do you have? How do you remember them all? Do you get tired of typing, “forgot my password” then having to create another one? This is a great tidbit for those who have trouble remembering dozens of passwords that fill your brain.
Instead of having a different password for every email, bank account, and computer file you own, simply have one super secret password. Many institutions now require at least eight characters, want you to capitalize at least one letter, and also have at least one number. Sometimes you cannot repeat a number or have any character in sequence.
Here is the password I use for all my accounts:
At the beginning of this non-pronounceable password is the year of my birth: 1958. It also has two capital letters, is thirteen characters long, and has no same characters side by side. If you look carefully after the numbers, it is simply Diamond Mike spelled backwards!
P.S. Remember never to share your password with anybody, and for my security, please do not share this blog.