WinZip to the rescue
juliet at earth.li
Fri Nov 23 15:01:49 GMT 2007
On Fri, Nov 23, 2007 at 02:28:13PM +0000, David Cantrell wrote:
> A good password is both hard to guess and easy to remember. Random
> strings of characters are hard to remember. The best scheme I've ever
> seen is the one that Compuserve used to use - have a big dictionary,
> pick two words at random, and glue them together with a number or
> punctuation character. So your password is relieves8breakfast instead
> of hm4d>`*>g5.
The initials (with the odd punctuation or number or whatever) of a
phrase is good, as well - I tend to use something mid-verse from
whatever song I'm listening to at the time.
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