When life gives you lemons, you may use “lemons” as your password. But as with all passwords that use the kind of complexity of the word “lemons”, then you would be like Woody Allen in the last Golden Globes: screwed. (Woody Allen’s screwed because he would never want to be a part of a group that wants someone like him as a member, but then Golden Globes became his group.)
Anyway, you should go directly to guides, advices and manuals that can improve yourself. You can go to Time Magazine website and read guides from the Top Ten Lists they do every year to know what kind of website to use to strengthen yourself. If you want to strengthen your passwords, then Lifehacker.com and Lifehack could be your other important guides.
If these don’t do, there’s also word of mouth. Ask your techie friends what tips to use to make your passwords even more hacker-free. You can also protect yourself from identity-theft if you just keep yourself from making more and more unnecessary redundant accounts that do nothing but expose yourself to the most nefarious people who create malware like they farm rice. Oh, and another thing.
Did you know you can create secure your perfect passwords by using software and websites that allow you to randomly create passwords for different accounts? There is also a way you can just keep your accounts in one single account, the way Hootsuite keeps all your accounts in one set-up. Master them.
Thanks WhoIsHostingThing.com for the infographic.