I used to use an alphanumeric string with some punctuation spelling out a certain quotation. I believe that quotation itself became more common on the internet than it used to be, so I’ve changed my LastPass master password to something else.
The new password is about 16 letters/numbers, no special characters. LastPass calls it only 53% strong. But it’s got to be memorable and has to be taught to one other person; I don’t want to go nuts with the gibberish. The 53% strong password commemorates an event and a personal quotation, using initials and a few numerals.
Here is the question:
Since LastPass has no length restriction, would I be better off spelling out all the words in full? Or should I memorize the addition and placement of a few special characters, add punctuation and capitalize some of the initials?
Wish I just could use Correct Horse Battery Staple but I heard that one’s taken.
Thank you. (Mods, I hope this can stand in GQ, if only because the forum is more rigorous than IMHO. But since I am laying out a situation that is specific to my personal needs, maybe it’s better off there.)