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konik says

my password is strong. I am happy

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EternalResonance says

For people that have a hard time figuring out and remembering a non-dictionary password, a nice trick is to take you favorite song, and use the lyrics. Taking the beginning letter of every word in the chorus for instance or a part you easily remember, and then for the best result mix it up with numbers and special characters.

An example, incase I failed at my explanation:

“But I still haven’t found what I’m looking for”

BIshfwIlf

This could be much better and longer, and maybe not a super well known U2 song, but you get the idea :)

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Artvelum says

EternalResonance – cool idea, thanks! I’m already choosing a song from my favourites ))))

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Joost Volunteer moderator says
For people that have a hard time figuring out and remembering a non-dictionary password, a nice trick is to take you favorite song, and use the lyrics. Taking the beginning letter of every word in the chorus for instance or a part you easily remember, and then for the best result mix it up with numbers and special characters.

I used to do that, using a sentence that has words in it that you can replace with a numerical representation (for -> four -> 4) to make it more difficult ;)

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VideoFX says

How to make a good pssword:

Writte a long sentence over 10 words and take from every word the first letter… now you have a pass word that is very difficult and you can forget it, but the sentence you can remeber ;)... don’t choose to diffucult sentences….

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MSFX Volunteer moderator says
How to make a good pssword: Writte a long sentence over 10 words and take from every word the first letter… now you have a pass word that is very difficult and you can forget it, but the sentence you can remeber ;)... don’t choose to diffucult sentences….

use the first letter from a line of lyrics from your song ;)

edit: just noticed someones already said it above…

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theflyingtinman says
my password is strong. I am happy

my password is “happy”. I am strong! ;)

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zecchin says
my password is strong. I am happy
my password is “happy”. I am strong! ;)

My password is so strong that even i don’t know it
I manage my passwords with 1password

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Royks says

Advice: Use dots.. a lot.

n_n

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GFXsupport says

my password is 1234abcd

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