I had the best password ever.
A combination of letters (both lower case and upper case), numerals, special characters, and was at least 8 characters long. Most often longer in certain systems.
I could add/subtract characters at will to said password, depending on their (often stupid) requirements.
An advantage was I didn’t need to write it down, as it was a cryptogram whose meaning was only known only by me. No need for password managers, nor sticky notes taped to the bottom of a dresser drawer.
Now I have been informed by ****** and **** and ********* that it is time to change login credentials.
I think I will let Mister Whiskers (a Maine Coon) walk across my keyboard and examine the results.
The only problem I dread is changing said password on roughly 5-6 devices for every account.
I am out of sticky notes also, though I have paper towels handy.