Registered 2010-10-26 by diegotc

password card generator

A password card is a small card you can keep in your wallet, which helps you pick very secure passwords for your online accounts. With the password card you do not have to remember the passwords, you just keep them with you, and even if your wallet does get stolen, the thief will still not know your actual passwords.

When creating new accounts choose a password starting from a certain column and row, and going 8/10/etc characters from there. For example, maybe you have a Facebook account. You could start at the smiley column on the dark blue line, and move 10 characters to the right. This would be your Facebook password. Of course, all you need to remember is the “dark blue smiley” for your Facebook password, the direction of the password and its length. You can travel any direction on the card that you wish. Maybe you want to go down, right, left or up. Maybe you want to travel in a diagonal fashion, maybe even rebounding off the walls at 90-degree angles. Swirl out or in. Not only direction, but length as well. Rather than a static 8 or 10 characters, maybe the length of your password is “at least 10 characters or including 3 symbols, whichever is most”. You get the idea. It’s probably best to keep the travel direction and password length the same for all passwords, so you don’t have to remember too much. After all, we want this secure, but we want it easy to recall from memory as well.

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