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2016-06-06 9:26:20 AM  
I bet nobody can guess that my password is 123456.
 
2016-06-06 9:36:14 AM  

doglover: I bet nobody can guess that my password is 123456.


You should use something harder to guess, like ******.
 
2016-06-06 9:49:08 AM  
Just to think if I ever came up with a fictional character, I would have named a computer-generated one Qwerty Poiu.
 
2016-06-06 10:10:33 AM  
It's like something an idiot would use on their luggage.
 
2016-06-06 10:54:18 AM  
Just add two commas or two any symbols to your easy word and number and that should be enough.
 
2016-06-06 10:56:22 AM  
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2016-06-06 11:49:23 AM  
How about QBERT? img.fark.net
 
2016-06-06 4:54:04 PM  

doglover: I bet nobody can guess that my password is 123456.


They don't have to guess.
 
2016-06-06 4:55:28 PM  
qwerty is so old school.  The good one is poiuy
 
2016-06-06 4:58:51 PM  
That's why I use Dvorak, even the laziest password contains special characters.

Plus no one is able to check my browser history as they get too frustrated trying to use my keyboard and trackball.
 
2016-06-06 5:16:42 PM  
qwertzuiopü
 
2016-06-06 6:09:06 PM  
dadada
 
2016-06-06 6:17:57 PM  
My vk.com pass is a unique one that I don't use on any other sites. And I didn't post anything on it, just used the login to check out their video sharing services. I think I am OK.

/they had some ...good videos
 
2016-06-06 6:23:42 PM  
horsebatterystaplecorrect
 
2016-06-06 6:27:01 PM  
Us Dvorak typists are far more secure. ',.pyf
 
2016-06-06 7:51:23 PM  
Yasherty?
 
2016-06-06 8:13:06 PM  
asdf lkjh
 
2016-06-06 8:21:12 PM  
The equivalent of QWERTY in Russian is ЙЦУКЕН.  Subby didn't do their research...
 
2016-06-06 8:21:32 PM  
йцукен
is Cyrillic
qwerty
hiku
 
2016-06-06 8:55:30 PM  
YASHERTOI is on the way to being a decent password.  Not quite there, but getting there.
 
2016-06-06 9:21:52 PM  

doglover: I bet nobody can guess that my password is 123456.


Is that a paradox?

You can't guess at something you already know the answer to.
 
2016-06-06 9:25:11 PM  
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2016-06-07 3:34:41 AM  
Mine is hunter2, but I know FARK will replace it with asterisks.
 
2016-06-07 3:50:07 AM  
QWERTZ, get it right, subby
 
2016-06-07 7:57:17 AM  

Cajnik: QWERTZ, get it right, subby


Hey, I have a QWERTZ:

img.fark.netView Full Size


I'm currently using it to post on Fark.
 
2016-06-07 4:28:24 PM  
On a real Russian keyboard, the English letters are printed on the keytops, and (insofar as possible) map to their Cyrillic equivalents. The result is that the canonical Bad Password in Russia would be JCUKEN.

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