Nonpredictable Passwords Carried Around on Memo
I got interested in this article -on the password problem “Tech Q&A” https://www.unionleader.com/nh/lifestyles/tech-q-a-safeguarding-against-password-hackers/article_16d3629e-b5ba-550b-b2ac-6070403f61a4.html
Their answer is “The best defense against brute force and dictionary attacks is to use a password that is a long combination of letters, numbers and symbols that would be meaningless to anyone but you. These so-called “nonpredictable passwords” are far more difficult to hack.”
It would be fine for you if you are confident you are always able to recall all of them along with the correspondence with all the accounts to use these passwords for under any circumstances. Then, you would not have to carry around a memo on which all the accounts and corresponding passwords are written down; the memo would work as a single point of failures and vulnerabilities.
Should you be not so certain about your such ability, you might be interested in our password discussions such as “Dual Causes of Password Predicament”
For Achieving Solid Digital Identity on Information Security Buzz (Mar/2021)
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