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Post one of your passwords here
don't tell us what it is for obviously.
Username : XXXXXXXXXXXX
why would i do that?
Common Passwords: The top 20 passwords are (in order):
password1, abc123, myspace1, password, blink182, qwerty1, fuckyou, 123abc, baseball1, football1, 123456, soccer, monkey1, liverpool1, princess1, jordan23, slipknot1, superman1, iloveyou1 and monkey. (Different analysis here.)
The most common password, "password1," was used in 0.22 percent of all accounts. The frequency drops off pretty fast after that: "abc123" and "myspace1" were only used in 0.11 percent of all accounts, "soccer" in 0.04 percent and "monkey" in 0.02 percent.
I've got a long string password and then a unique set of rules that let me remember which site it's for but makes it have an extremly high entropy.
One of those passwords I have to change every month or so, so I've got an Eastern European theme going. Before this it was rubinkazan.
I can only test one set of these in the login boxes at the top of the page every 30 seconds...
My MALE friend set something up for me. I can't ever give it to anyone in an emergency.
And it's making my head hurt
anyone with the password 'rangers' I would change to 'celtic'
and vice versa. Top bants.
and you have you have at least 2 number, 2 letters, plus at least one uppercase and ind lowercase letter. AND you can't use the same one you've use in the last 12 months.
It's so fucking annoying I've taken to creating passwords in the form of expletives directed at my organisation.
Typing some version of for fucks sake whenever the syst booted me out for no reason helped a very tiny amount to relieve my utter frustration and contempt for the organisation.