Unobtanium: The sound of one hand clapping: My biggest problem with passwords for me personally is that I can't remember them all.But seriously, does anyone here actually remember all their passwords? I can't be the only one with near to 30 passwords considering that everything is online these days and needs a password. Anyone have a better solution that just writing them down?No, you are one of many. Another maddening issue is the different password standards - no special characters and case insensitive, on a bank (!?) website. Meanwhile, other accounts require special characters, but not THOSE special characters (they're too special, I guess).I use a password generator/keeper, but I'd like to also have the option for two factor authentication for everything. I have it for my g-mail and yahoo accounts.
wildcardjack: And if you work at a certain defense contractor in the DFW area, back in the NT days we used JacNb0x as the admin password on Windows desktops. I haven't been to that site since the USS Cole got bombed, but I bet most of your desktops have that admin password to this day.
Abner Doon: I always thought that Kiln People was a far superior book. Would probably even make a decent movie. There's lots of action; a strong, fairly focused plot; and the whole dittos thing would be really easy with some colored makeup.
Snarcoleptic_Hoosier: I keep my computer password the same as my luggage code. It's foolproof.
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