Have you ever thought, "I need a strong password that I can remember?". If the answer to that question is in the affirmative, you are not alone.
It has been proven by computer security experts that some of the best passwords are not those that are incredibly difficult to remember, but a combination of three words.
It's a fact that password hackers include commonly used words in their cracking software, so it still means that such passwords are a bit vulnerable.
We tested this by running 3-word combinations through passwordmonster.com (link below) and found that some such combinations (particularly when using short words) were able to be cracked in hours!
However, by augmenting these three words with numbers and special characters (symbols), we can still get a password that can be remembered fairly easily and that suddenly becomes far stronger (taking hundreds or even thousands of years to crack).
To generate the password, press the "Spin All" button and a second or 2 later you will have generated a strong password that you can actually remember.
This password generator can generate tens of billions of random password combinations. All of them are fairly easy to remember compared to some that are based purely on random uppercase and lowercase letter, number and special character/symbol combinations.
We recommend checking any passwords created by this random password generator for testing purposes to ensure that they meet your requirements.
A great site where you can do this is Password Monster. The passwords generated here should all pass the test of "Very Strong". You might even find that you can remove a number or special character to make it even easier to remember.
One of the most important elements of password strength is the LENGTH of the password. Thus, if you have three pretty long words in the password, the more secure it should be.
A password might seem infallible, especially when it is showing that it would take 100 years for a password cracker to brute-force attack guess it. However, to be on the safe side it's always best to cycle passwords just in case.
We would recommend doing this every 3 or 6 months. It also keeps the brain active when needing to memorise a new password every now and again.