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#13 - pokimone (05/03/2014) [+] (9 replies)
God damn it I hate passwords.  It would be fine if they could be simple, or just something I'd remember, but NO, it has to be 			*******		 fort knox everytime, and it has to be different on 5 different sites, I can't tell you the amount of times this 			****		 has happened.  I'll choose something like "apple" as my password, and this is what follows.  "apple"   
>"Password cannot have the username within it."   
>Oh, makes sense, so in that case, "grapes"   
>"Password must have a capital"   
>Seems reasonable.  "Grapes"   
>"The capital cannot be the first letter of the password"     
>Okay then, "gRapes"   
>"Password must have at least one capital letter, and 3 numbers."   
>Easy enough "gRapes123"   
>"Numbers cannot be in sequential order"   
>This is starting to get silly "gRapes125"   
>"Numbers must have at least one letter between each"   
>God damn it no. "gR1ap2es5"   
>Password must be between 10-20 characters   
>-sigh- "gR1ap2es5			******		"   
>There must be at least one capital for every 5 lowercase letters within your password.   
>			*******		... "gR1ap2es5			******		"   
>Password valid, please re-enter for verification   
>"gRa1p2es5			******		"   
>"Passwords do not match, please re-enter for verification."   
>What do you mean they don't match?!  What did I do wrong?  Can you at least tell me?  "gR1ap2es5			******		"   
>Password Valid, please enter the letters seen below to prove you're human *insert photofrom 1890 of sanskrit writing put through a paper shredder"   
>Get it wrong 6 times before finally guessing right.   
>Please answer these security question for when you forgot your password so we can help recover it.  "what was your dinner on august 6th 1997"  "what was your favorite childhood metaphysical law of the universe" "which teacher touched your nono in elementary school"   
At this point you get what I'm saying, I hate sites that don't let you just use whatever password you want.  If someone figures out my password and gets into my account, thats my own fault, let me use the password I 			*******		 want to use.
God damn it I hate passwords. It would be fine if they could be simple, or just something I'd remember, but NO, it has to be ******* fort knox everytime, and it has to be different on 5 different sites, I can't tell you the amount of times this **** has happened. I'll choose something like "apple" as my password, and this is what follows. "apple"
>"Password cannot have the username within it."
>Oh, makes sense, so in that case, "grapes"
>"Password must have a capital"
>Seems reasonable. "Grapes"
>"The capital cannot be the first letter of the password"
>Okay then, "gRapes"
>"Password must have at least one capital letter, and 3 numbers."
>Easy enough "gRapes123"
>"Numbers cannot be in sequential order"
>This is starting to get silly "gRapes125"
>"Numbers must have at least one letter between each"
>God damn it no. "gR1ap2es5"
>Password must be between 10-20 characters
>-sigh- "gR1ap2es5 ****** "
>There must be at least one capital for every 5 lowercase letters within your password.
> ******* ... "gR1ap2es5 ****** "
>Password valid, please re-enter for verification
>"gRa1p2es5 ****** "
>"Passwords do not match, please re-enter for verification."
>What do you mean they don't match?! What did I do wrong? Can you at least tell me? "gR1ap2es5 ****** "
>Password Valid, please enter the letters seen below to prove you're human *insert photofrom 1890 of sanskrit writing put through a paper shredder"
>Get it wrong 6 times before finally guessing right.
>Please answer these security question for when you forgot your password so we can help recover it. "what was your dinner on august 6th 1997" "what was your favorite childhood metaphysical law of the universe" "which teacher touched your nono in elementary school"
At this point you get what I'm saying, I hate sites that don't let you just use whatever password you want. If someone figures out my password and gets into my account, thats my own fault, let me use the password I ******* want to use.
User avatar #5 - leobreacker (05/03/2014) [+] (20 replies)
Only good thing previous Admin did is set it so passwords don't show *******
#44 - beroty ONLINE (05/03/2014) [+] (5 replies)
Get on my level
#23 - summerizer (05/03/2014) [-]
But it hasn't worked because you've just shown me your password.
#27 - metalmind (05/03/2014) [+] (20 replies)
Ok, mine shouldn't be cracked by a brute force attack that soon.
I din't use my actual pw, but an equivalent one.
#36 to #27 - Nameloc (05/03/2014) [-]
Bitch please.

Here's how I make my passwords:
2 to 4 random words -- correcthorsebatterystaple 81bits of entropy
Capitalize each word -- CorrectHorseBatteryStaple 96bits of entropy
Shift each key to the right -- VpttrvyJptdrNsyyrtuDys[;r 117bits of entropy
Convert that bitch into Binary, Hex, or ASCII: Binary is 319bits of entropy; ASCII is 232bits of entropy; Hex is 223bits of entropy
Right now, our password is pretty damn ******* hard to crack.
Pic related, it's the binary version.

But it can be better.
If Binary or Hex, I filter it through using the Mnemonic system pinfruit.com/ : FISH AUDIT ANNOYED DIGIOIA ADDED JOWETT WEATHERED WOULD'VE DENY DHAKA WEIRD TON DEED THATCHED ZOO'S TWIDDY YURICK FOUT DELTA UNDO DENIED WHITEHEAD RITE DISHAW TOTE KIICHI VOWED UNITE DITTO LOPPED LABE TOD O'HARA screencast.com/t/yAOmsavOk screencast.com/t/iRP70rltrX5
That's the ASCII version.

Now your password is absolutely ************* impossible.
But you can take it a step further.
Filter the new password FISH AUDIT ANNOYED DIGIOIA ADDED JOWETT WEATHERED WOULD'VE DENY DHAKA WEIRD TON DEED THATCHED ZOO'S TWIDDY YURICK FOUT DELTA UNDO DENIED WHITEHEAD RITE DISHAW TOTE KIICHI VOWED UNITE DITTO LOPPED LABE TOD O'HARA into Binary or ASCII, then filter that through Pinfruit again.
Repeat until you're satisfied with the level of security.
Then delete the account because it's ******* impossible to login again.
#83 - stdinjectedorphan (05/03/2014) [-]
Oh, okay
#24 - skrewbacca (05/03/2014) [-]
**skrewbacca rolled image**   
>Be 14   
>Be unfunny fag doing 			****		 all day   
>Create email-account   
>Think it's funny to use "penis" as password   
>Computer says my password is to short   
>MFW
**skrewbacca rolled image**
>Be 14
>Be unfunny fag doing **** all day
>Create email-account
>Think it's funny to use "penis" as password
>Computer says my password is to short
>MFW
User avatar #4 - threadz (05/03/2014) [+] (2 replies)
Both long passwords and short complex passwords are secure because the password hacker person has no idea what method you used for creating your password.

I recommend the 4-random-words-followed-by-your-birth-year method.
It's easy to make a mnemonic device for that, and has moderate length and complexity.
#76 - mankey (05/03/2014) [+] (2 replies)
My porn is safe for a little while longer.
#109 - tsoper ONLINE (05/03/2014) [+] (2 replies)
I used to guess the passwords of little kids on club penguin.

Would type a pokemon name as the username, and "pokemon" as the password, you'll be surprised to how many accounts have pokemon as their password. Because i know i did.
#125 - tombobbusama (05/03/2014) [+] (6 replies)
It will take machines thousands of years to be able to understand
>that feel when no gf
#133 to #131 - tombobbusama (05/03/2014) [-]
Pfft, that's not my password. This is how secure my password is.

It says "that feel when I just lied to you"
User avatar #119 - cowisbeast (05/03/2014) [-]
this is ******** , no one uses brute force attacks to crack passwords because of how long it takes, they use dictionary attacks in which complexity>length. some people might use rainbow tables in which case you're ****** either way
#107 - hotdogsss (05/03/2014) [-]
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User avatar #103 - tsoper ONLINE (05/03/2014) [-]
I use a universal password, with 8 letters long and the number 1 at the end.

So something like this:

******* 1
User avatar #102 - dehfurk (05/03/2014) [-]
I absolutely agree that length is vastly superior to complexity of a password
BUT
the issue is so many websites cap passwords at like 10 - 15.

"Oh, I'm sorry, it seems your password is too secure. How about '12341'?"
#37 - ronjeremysweiner ONLINE (05/03/2014) [+] (1 reply)
is this BS or no?
User avatar #60 to #37 - Vandeekree ONLINE (05/03/2014) [-]
Very true. It's based on how long the fastest computer algorithm would take to go "try" every possible password combination up to an average.
So if we used the simple algorithm of starting with "a" seeing if it's accepted as the right password. If not, we try "aa" then "ab" "ac" "ad" all the way down to "az"(assuming we are only using letters, on a computer this would include dashes, underscores, and anything on your keyboard really, no, not the power button, shuttup)
Then it would go to "b" "ba" bb" "bc" and so on, going through every possible combination of characters sense you password has to be within a list of every possible combination.
That means everyone knows your password, they just don't know which, out of that list, is the right password.
The time they come up with is gotten from how long it takes to check each possible password. If there are a billion possibilities for what your password could be, even if it took .001 of a second to find, that's still means it takes 1000000 seconds (277 hours) to check every password, if you cut that in half then you have the time it takes them to check half of the possible passwords giving them a 50 percent chance to have found your password in 277/2 hours and a 100 percent chance to have found it in 277 hours.
User avatar #11 - blueboysixnine (05/03/2014) [+] (3 replies)
I wonder how secure "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" is as a password
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