posted on Dec, 23 2017 @ 01:34 PM
a reply to: nOraKat
Its not quite the same as that...
But yes, pretty much everything out there will require you to remember at least one password. If it needs to be "easy" for you to remember, then that
might be an issue.
There are plenty of techniques to improve everything from memory to seemingly random passwords. If you struggle with that, exploring those may be a
very helpful first step regardless of what "password system" you use.
There are far too many to detail, but examples include remembering a full paragraph that is describing, say, imaginary (or not) scores from sports
games. Then, you take the first (or last) letter from each word, and the full numbers (or first digit, its all up to you) and create a string that
will be random to anyone but you.
Holy #! The Patriots finally won a game against the Dolphins, though the score was close at 21-17. It finally happened in 2020, # if I know what took
Just a not so great example, but your imagination is the limit on it. Its a pretty common method, and you can even cater it to each subject so its a
little easier to for you remember, while appearing mostly random.
edit on 23-12-2017 by Serdgiam because: (no reason given)