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Having a different password for each service is a must in today’s online world, but there’s a terrible weakness to randomly generated passwords: it’s impossible to remember them all. But how can you possibly remember hundreds of passwords? The human brain is only capable of so much, isn’t it? Let me fill you in on some priceless tips and tricks on creating strong, solid passwords that are impossible to guess, but easy to remember.
If you aren’t using cryptographically-strong passwords by now, you’re late. Trusting LastPass is not for everyone. No matter how much security software you have installed, a secure password is always going to be the foundation of basic online security and you’ve got to get used to it. A few years ago, I went through a phase where I spent several hours in a single day revising all of my passwords.