The latest invasion into my privacy means I have to generate new passwords. Many people can do this task easily. They come up with some nifty combination of letters, numbers or symbols that they can easily recall. For me, creating passwords takes more effort than stringing eight or more letters together. I need something that I can remember, first and foremost. That means tapping into old memories for a person, place, or event that I can use as the basis for my code. Then I have to add a variety of numbers or symbols at the beginning or ending of this building block. Always focusing on a combination that will be easy for me to remember while making absolutely no sense at all to anyone else. So, I’ll spend the next day or two playing around with ideas that will seem obscure to anyone but me.
Wish me luck!
Copyright 2014 Elizabeth Abrams Chapman