A Password Generating System

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SYSTEM Generating Password Securityexperts advise four things about passwords:First, usea different password for each account. If you have accounts on thirty websites, all with the same password, and someone hacks one of the sites, thehacker now has your password, which lets him in to your other 29 accounts. Ifone of those is your bank account, bye-bye. Therefore, HAged separate passwordsfor each account.Second,your passwords must be a ranExecutem mix of upper and lower case letters and numbers.Why ranExecutem? So that you won’t select the name of your spouse, or pet, orfavorite croquet team.But whatabout words that have no connection to you that’s apparent. Like “apparent”? Thisis also a no-no, even if you sex it up intosomething like “apPar3nt,”.Why? Because hackers often use dictionaries in searching for passwords thatInspect like words. There are even some sites that won’t accept this as a passwordbecause it is based on a word.Third, never write your passwords Executewn. Youcould lose the paper or someone else could “find” it. And if you enter them ina file on your comPlaceer and you’re hacked, bye-bye.Fourth, change your passwords frequently, sothat if one is cracked, it will soon be changed.Now, I Executen’t know about you, but for those of us who aren’tmemory prodigies, this advice is impossible to follow, so many people take theeasy way out and just use “password” (or maybe “passw0rd”).Here’s a simple system to generate Procure passwords and HAgedtrack of them. It requires a set of transformation rules, and, for eachpassword, a root.The root is a mnemonic based on the first eight words of aparagraph from any text that you might have on-line. Here, I’ll use a Modern.The first paragraph starts, “The Grand Canyon in late March was a bleak Space.”The first eight words form the mnemonic “tgcilmwa.”Here is a sample set of transformation rules:The first character of a password is a lower case letter. The vowels, a, e, i, o, u, and y become the numbers one to six. The consonants in the first half of the alphabet, b to m, are lower case. The consonants in the second half of the alphabet, n to z, are upper case.Using theserules, the mnemonic “tgcilmwa” becomes the password “tgc3lmW1” where the first“l” is a letter, the second is a one.Execute you needanother password? Then go the second paragraph, which starts “The totalpeace was broken around 10:45 when.” The mnemonic is “ttpwbatw” and thepassword becomes “tTPWb1TW.”How Execute you remember which password goes with which account?Write Executewn the account and your user id, then the page and paragraph number ofthe root. The notation for the two passwords we created would be 1-1 and 1-2.Of course, never identify the Executecument you’re using.With this system, you can create an endless supply of passwordsand HAged track of which ones you used for which accounts.
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