What is your password?

@nikky28 (1572)
India
March 10, 2009 12:12pm CST
haha I know you would let it out. There are hundreds of sites that I am a member of and it is not advisable to have the same password for everything. Do you keep different passwords for different sites or the same one for everything? How do you remember all your passwords? Is there a technique or some sort of code language you keep to remember passwords?
7 responses
@hollysun (97)
• China
12 Mar 09
Hi nikky.I am a member of many sites and forums too,but almost all my passwords are the same one.I have found that it is a very trouble thing to make up a different password in the various sites .Besides,it's a difficult and disturbing thing to remember so many passwords.But,it's said that same password is unsafe,so I have tried to think up many different passwords,but what made me crazy was that i always forgot them.So,i care little about if it's safe now,i just set up all my password according to my birthday date.
@nikky28 (1572)
• India
21 Mar 09
haha when is your birthday lol jk
@draftlog (26)
• Indonesia
22 Mar 09
Yes they are dificult to remember.Much easy for make same password.But make different password is make safe because thay are no easy to know the other person who want to know our password.
@pickwick (858)
• India
11 Mar 09
I keep the same password for everything.Earlier I had different passwords for different sites but I kept on forgetting them.Now I dont have that problem because I just have to remember one word for everything.
@Krisneil (577)
• Philippines
11 Mar 09
I have a secret it is encode on a matrix.. You need to decode it to remember again my forgotten password.XDD
• Philippines
10 Mar 09
Secret! nobody is going to tell them their password Anyway, whatever my passwords are, i know it very well, jot it down to my memory and personal notebook and i am sure that you are just like me. There is no such code language needed to remember it all, and i am not having a difficult time to use them all at same time even all my passwords were unique and different from each other, its confidential
• United States
10 Mar 09
Okay, here are some things that don't work: Write down all your passwords and sites and paste them to your computer. This works great until someone comes to visit or you take the computer in for repair and forget to take the password cheat sheet off the computer. This does help: Write down passwords on cards and keep in a card file. File them alphabetically by web site. Put the cards some place safe when not in use.
• Philippines
10 Mar 09
some of my passwords are the same.. some were a little bit tricky..