23 Responses to Password Protected Disaster Detected

  1. MicheleMariePoetry says:

    You can actually put all your varied and wondrous passwords and where they belong in a secure security password protected document on your computer. But make sure you write down that one- as when you secure in a word document all you infinite passwords, the only one you can’t pull up, would be your password to protect all your other passwords. Even a programmer can’t get it, that one must be in your head, or on a safe piece of paper


  2. RoSy says:

    Sadly we need them. And – the more secure – the better.
    UGH to hackers & thieves. If only they would use their brains for good instead of for bad.


  3. emmylgant says:

    Oh I love the password questions!
    What is the dog’s inside leg!?
    And I’m partial to alliterations
    yours are like a game of mumbletypeg


  4. Al says:

    Yikes 😦 One way I heard of creating passwords is to write them down. Just letters and numbers. Then you can create a password of w4tfy!+67hhg and write down w4ty!+67hhg so the only thing you have to remember is that the fourth character is f


  5. utesmile says:

    It is terrible these days, passwords for everything…. I totally understand your frustration as I feel the same… and my memory does not get better with age, well need to eat more blueberies…. 🙂


  6. Dear Sir Elephant, the curse of getting on in age dear sir, our world is one of locks and passwords, maybe you have too many, or too much money, or you need as Anja says a notebook and a key.


  7. Anja says:

    AnElephant needs to invest in a password saving system. 🙂 Worse comes to worse….write them all done and lock them away with an actual key.


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