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Everyone knows they’re a nightmare, no one can remember them if they use sensible ones, and easy ones have been hacked and made public so many times it’s not even interesting.
I'm currently trying to activate a very old email address for my Mrs, the complex process is nothing other than arcane, even with a very helpful fellow on the phone, it's stumped him and I'm waiting for the call back and, of course she's forgotten the password.
I set it up for her 10 years ago, I don't have a clue.
Yes there are password apps and services like 1Password which I half use but then I forget the password for that and it only works on half the services I use because everyone wants you to use a damn password and I forget to add it to the keychain and then it all goes Pete Tong and I scream at my computer.
Then there’s 2 step authentication, brilliant, so clever, if you are somewhere with half decent cell phone coverage.
I have zero cell phone coverage at home so that doesn’t work, so I got a cell phone booster box which allowed my to have a connection on my phone until that crapped out and when I re-booted it, guess what, it wanted a password and I couldn’t remember it.
Is someone clever, I mean very young and very clever going to come up with some kind of foolproof, un-hackable system for making this mess go away for ever. Fingerprint readers are good, retinal scans, subcutaneous chips, anal implants, I’d accept anything if it meant I never had to remember
Which, just in case you’re wondering, isn’t one of my passwords.
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