Well?

Cameron Watson
Cameron Watson

Well?

Whether you use pass, Keepass, Bitwarden or Lastpass, you use a master password.

How did you come up with it?

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Charles Adams
Charles Adams

first love, nickname, a thing from my childhood, random numbers

Jeremiah Wright
Jeremiah Wright

first love, nickname, a thing from my childhood
yikes, things that can ID you. bad idea.

Andrew Watson
Andrew Watson

I take out my penis then rub it across the keyboard

Christian James
Christian James

4 digit code

Juan Nelson
Juan Nelson

just a random phrase that doesn’t mean anything related to my personality with some extra numbers and symbols at the end

Robert Wright
Robert Wright

using a password manager
Putting password in your clipboard is 100 times more dangerous than typing it in

Retards

Joshua Sanchez
Joshua Sanchez

correct horse battery staple

Lincoln Turner
Lincoln Turner

Autotype

Owen Collins
Owen Collins

Password must be 3 or more characters

Samuel Hall
Samuel Hall

sat down with mai waifu (3d) and came up with an inside joke phrase. then did a ton of letter substitutions.

Charles Brown
Charles Brown

KeePass clears the clipboard after less than a minute by default

Faggot :^)

Joseph Peterson
Joseph Peterson

3 diceware words + 6 digit birthday + a symbol or two

Joshua Clark
Joshua Clark

my name, and year of birth.

Kevin Hernandez
Kevin Hernandez

personal password
for personal logins
Concerned about ID
Okaaay user

Evan Bell
Evan Bell

Memorized a randomly generated 16 character password

Dominic Perry
Dominic Perry

Pick a sentence/phrase you know from something you like. Say "the hacker formally known as four chan"
Then take the first letter of each word

thfka4c

You'll want something longer or add other stuff too but that's the idea.

Thomas Young
Thomas Young

I just mashed the keyboard and then added some vowels in the result to make it memorable.

Austin Johnson
Austin Johnson

master passwords?? lol, where is your brain?

Samuel Martin
Samuel Martin

diceware with 32 character password remembered.

Isaiah Robinson
Isaiah Robinson

nice try nsa

Hunter Lewis
Hunter Lewis

not using your mind as the ultimate password manager
enjoy your botnet

Matthew Harris
Matthew Harris

something that isn't real and i haven't told anyone about so only I know of it

Samuel Peterson
Samuel Peterson

Nice try FBI.

All I'll say about my password is that I made sure it wasn't in any of those password databases online.

Benjamin Martin
Benjamin Martin

It's a name which nobody knows.

Jaxon Brown
Jaxon Brown

A lovely metal band's name written in the haX0r style.

Thomas White
Thomas White

The method I use makes your password very resistant to both dictionary and brute force attacks. Basically you take a long word and place a symbol after or before each letter.

ie: d.i.p.s.h.i.t. or ?f?a?g?g?o?t

Further streghthening can be achieved via use of longer SAT or foreign words + alternating special symbols

ie: i+n$c+o$n+s$e+q$u+e$n+t$i+a$l+ or d~a\i~j\o~u\b~u\d~e\s~u

The only think you have to remember is the word and symbol placement. Should someone be stupid enough to add this to their dictionary attack it now becomes brute forcing as any efficiency is destroyed.

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Daniel Jenkins
Daniel Jenkins

k.y.s d?u?m?b? a+t$t+e$n+t$i+o$n w~h\o~r\i~n\g t%r%i%p%f%a%g

Isaiah Robinson
Isaiah Robinson

There you go, it would take fucking forever to crack that shit even with a server farm.

Brandon Barnes
Brandon Barnes

I actually stole it from someone else on irc, the dumb ass thought the server would censor it. What hacker would type their own password into the account they are hacking? Pic related is how I did it but please don't steal it from me in case I want to hack you.

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Juan Carter
Juan Carter

I use five emojis
easy to memorize
virtually impossible to crack

Luke Martinez
Luke Martinez

the hashcat zoomer add-on will break that in seconds

Adam Allen
Adam Allen

master password?
I use a different, random character password everywhere

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Ryder Wright
Ryder Wright

implying I'll tell you, FBI
Anyways, all of those are a joke. Use LessPass on a device without connectivity.

Elijah Myers
Elijah Myers

using your mind when mind reading tech will become a reality in less than 20 years
You need to future-proof better.

It takes less than a second for a malicious js or software to steal it. Also, attacks like RAMbleed can steal your master password without any effort.
The only non-retarded solution is
LessPass on a device without connectivity

Jason Ward
Jason Ward

There are almost 30 trillion possible combinations so have fun

Christian Brown
Christian Brown

12 letters
brute force central
vs
12 brainlet words
dictionary central if you dont know what you are doing

Lucas Adams
Lucas Adams

no, if they tell you how their password is structured its just barely harder than brute forcing the individual letters

Christian Russell
Christian Russell

everyone knows hunter2, silly user

Jace Bailey
Jace Bailey

(number of emojis)^5
you can reduce it by just using faces
dont tell people your password structure retard
nobody will brute force bit by bit knowing its a few emojis.
Thats similar to a 5 letter long password of a couple hundred letter alphabet

Jayden Rodriguez
Jayden Rodriguez

Generate a massive random password of 35+ characters upper-lower-numeric-symbols. Memorize typing it.
I don't know why, but I'm very good at type memory.
I doubt I could accurately write it on a piece of paper without a full keyboard to reference.

Daniel Cook
Daniel Cook

i use russian alphabet
make a password in english qwerty and translate it to russian layout

Samuel Wilson
Samuel Wilson

My hate for Russia.

Easton Cooper
Easton Cooper

There are 1273 emojis

Benjamin Barnes
Benjamin Barnes

12.73 hundred

Caleb Campbell
Caleb Campbell

I picked 12 characters at random that contain at least 1 capital, lower case, number, and symbol then memorized it

Charles Reed
Charles Reed

BITWARDEN OR KEEPASS?

Carson Lee
Carson Lee

I dont have a master password. I have around 10 that I use frequently. I come up with my passwords by thinking of a phrase thats the first that comes off the top of my head. Example, Dounutsanddumplings, I may use that actually... Sometimes I take those passwords and combine them for really long passwords and even longer passwords I look for poetry or speeches that I am fond enough of to memorize.

I hate I FUCKING HATE forced password rules. Forcing some dumb fuck to add 1234 at the end of password does not make a stronger password, just makes hard to remember passwords that are just as easy to break. Longer the better complexity means dick.

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Logan Evans
Logan Evans

Master password? What master password? I dont know anything about a master password hahahaha. Now go away.

Tyler Hall
Tyler Hall

made a meaningless phrase, took the sha256 of it+my old passwords sprinkled in

Ayden Sanchez
Ayden Sanchez

my password is always something sweet about my waifu with a number at the end :3

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William Turner
William Turner

It's a secret.

Hunter Bailey
Hunter Bailey

Read my post again. Slowly.

Jordan Jones
Jordan Jones

I use the name of my favorite girl group.

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Leo Green
Leo Green

It's a song lyric sprinkled with underscores and dashes and mixed caps

I sing it in my head every time I type it

Wyatt Anderson
Wyatt Anderson

weird, is your password also: cunny7

Jordan Howard
Jordan Howard

8 word diceware

Jonathan Rivera
Jonathan Rivera

In grade school they assigned us one based on a random number and case sensitive word prefix. I just kept using it but I put a symbol between it now.
Same with my locker combo but now for other doors.

Aaron Torres
Aaron Torres

i took a four word phrase, deleted some letters, intentionally misspelled one word, and replaced some letters with numbers, punctuation, or special characters ala 1337sp33k.

then i wrote it down and taped it on the bottom of a shelf in my gun safe

David Morales
David Morales

Not going to tell you.

Ryder Flores
Ryder Flores

I don't, I keep every password in my head

Carter Morales
Carter Morales

What happens when you have more accounts

Owen Hill
Owen Hill

I memorize the passwords dumbass

Landon Moore
Landon Moore

The only non-retarded solution is
Typing by hand and have it stolen just as easily by malicious JS
Great solution mate.

By the way, I run NoScript :^)

Nathan Baker
Nathan Baker

I would have thought that one time getting hacked and leaking 300 million passwords would be enough that people would be smart enough to never use one of these services again. I guess that phrase from Snatch is tried and tested.

Carter Barnes
Carter Barnes

people would be smart
You're on Jow Forums. Everyone here is retarded.

Jacob Sullivan
Jacob Sullivan

It is randomly generated and then I looked up a list of chars in oclhashcat included by default and then picked one of them to attach at the end.

Owen Powell
Owen Powell

different words in different languages written phonetically in another.

Christopher Wright
Christopher Wright

i have been using my middle name for 22 years and nothing has gone wrong.

Angel Robinson
Angel Robinson

S.E.S. is a pretty short password though.

Joseph Rivera
Joseph Rivera

NoScript instead of uBlockOrigin
Ok, retard.

Tyler Roberts
Tyler Roberts

dont they do different things?
why are you acting like theyre mutually exclusive

Parker Sanchez
Parker Sanchez

Because uBO is all anyone would need for protection against js, and uMatrix is superior to noscript.

Joseph Ortiz
Joseph Ortiz

I do this as well

Justin Brooks
Justin Brooks

i just put a bunch of numbers and letters and at the end some symbols. I remember because of the position of the keys on the keyboard just because it's a bunch of characters that came in my mind randomly

Lincoln Brooks
Lincoln Brooks

tf are you talking about why does it matter if a local password ids you

Kayden Kelly
Kayden Kelly

mclol

Ethan Lee
Ethan Lee

Favourite meal at Wendy's

Kayden Adams
Kayden Adams

That's the point, even if people know you use this method they have virtually killed all efficiency their dictionary attack would have had. Now they have to account for a symbol between each letter which may or may not repeat.

In the end you just have to remember the word and symbol + pattern, it makes remembering hardened passwords retard proof (I hope).

Isaac Roberts
Isaac Roberts

desu, I prefer NoScript over uMatrix. I tried both out but NoScript is far easier to set up and just werks out of the box without any hassle. Sure, uMatrix gives you more granular control, but it is a royal pain in the ass to get working.

Carter Bell
Carter Bell

GOD6969696969

Simplicity and true. No one can figure it out anyway. LOL

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Xavier Perry
Xavier Perry

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Brayden Thompson
Brayden Thompson

Diceware lol

Robert Barnes
Robert Barnes

Making your password from phrases and words that make sense
Gentlemen like me use whatever /dev/urandom spits as password.

Josiah Hernandez
Josiah Hernandez

see

Jace Evans
Jace Evans

OK type the null character '0x00' on a normal keyboard. I'll wait.

Eli Miller
Eli Miller

My password is now a single space

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Easton Green
Easton Green

Diceware, seven words

Nathaniel Lopez
Nathaniel Lopez

a mix of all my common passwords that I've used since childhood on various accounts mashed together to create a 50 character 256-bit master password
the only thing I use some of my common passwords for now is just for OS logins and even that I want to change

Cooper Flores
Cooper Flores

Actually I came up with it Years ago.
It had letters two Upper case And a symbol.
I AM not selling ebooks I advice not to buy them yet.

Hunter Rogers
Hunter Rogers

my penis is so big it goes all the way from A to Z

Carson Carter
Carson Carter

Chinese profanity and my library card number from 2nd grade.

Joseph Campbell
Joseph Campbell

I make a long sentence and only type the first letter. So for example "This is a sentence on g" would become "Tiasog".
Add uppercase/numbers and you're good to go. Bonus points for special characters.

Nathan Reyes
Nathan Reyes

i have an algorithm in my mind that generates a password for each service based on the service name

Jonathan Rivera
Jonathan Rivera

Strongest password I have ever generated and used, was not something which I had in memory. Instead I trained myself to type in a very complicated combination of keys, of which I only had mechanical memory of. Pretty damn secure but also risky as fuck.

Robert Gutierrez
Robert Gutierrez

DO NOT REPLY TO THIS THREAD.

Justin Anderson
Justin Anderson

Oh shit nigger. I was using KeePassXC but was just copying my password to clipboard, since it forgot it after like 5 seconds. I guess I'll properly look into the autotype functionality.

David Green
David Green

6 word diceword

Kayden Price
Kayden Price

Putting password in your clipboard is 100 times more dangerous than typing it in
Literally no difference. Either you're fucked.

Brody Campbell
Brody Campbell

A simple script that gathers entropy and then prints a bunch of truly random passwords.

Connor Harris
Connor Harris

aaaaaaaaaamynameaaaaaaaaaa
easy to remember and unfeasible to crack

Hunter Moore
Hunter Moore

tfw found my password I use for everything in a breach

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Luke Adams
Luke Adams

I just tried autotype but it barely worked. For discord it did since the username/password field is one "tab" press apart. But for hotmail it entered my email, then proceeded to hit ctrl + F to type my password there, since the password field is only visible by pressing "next page".

David Nguyen
David Nguyen

I chuckled

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Justin Roberts
Justin Roberts

*#6bjGVk6!RhzIhGcdVJ5&aWOZ3yrldGE8HB&P&#Y

Lucas Morales
Lucas Morales

I generated a long random password. then I wrote it down. I typed it 500 times so I'd remember it. then I burned the post-it I wrote it on.

you'll remember anything if you're willing to type it over and over and over again. from muscle memory if nothing else.

Andrew Evans
Andrew Evans

you can customize the hell out of autotype

Logan Mitchell
Logan Mitchell

Brainlets

Blake Adams
Blake Adams

I'll try, thanks for head's up.

Elijah Lopez
Elijah Lopez

Sorry, I think the password manager you use must be more robust than KeePassXC. I can't even disable autotyping the username field, so for websites like hotmail it's just broken.

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David Hughes
David Hughes

I used the random password generator in keepass combined with some made up pseudo-words I plucked out of my head. It's like 25 characters.

Blake Ramirez
Blake Ramirez

so for websites like hotmail
stop using that garbage, user

Nathaniel Lee
Nathaniel Lee

you customize it per entry, not in the global settings. i use keepass and keepassxc.

Carter Hall
Carter Hall

Honestly I have an irrational fear of being unable to log into my hotmail for 8 months, 1 year or whatever, then my emails are purged, I lost the address, all that shit. I don't know when those things expire anymore, but I'm sure they still do.

Gmail is the obvious solution but I'm too lazy to change everything to a gmail account. And so many sites I signed up to are bullshit I would never return to anyway.

Joseph Ramirez
Joseph Ramirez

master69password420

Bentley Rodriguez
Bentley Rodriguez

Underrated schneider reference.
You are witnessed user.

Isaiah Gonzalez
Isaiah Gonzalez

A random carry's name from a long dead game + number from an asteroid

Christopher Myers
Christopher Myers

Diceware with 7 words. Have a few memorized.

Ryan Johnson
Ryan Johnson

Not him but I thought it was an xkcd quote.

xkcd.com/936/

I guess the xkcd was just stolen/uncredited.

John Morales
John Morales

Literally just type in random letters/symbols, make em different for each site, and then commit it to memory.

Feels good not being a brainlet.

Asher Gonzalez
Asher Gonzalez

base64 encoded the last thing your mother said to me

Jayden Ortiz
Jayden Ortiz

I have a line from a song, any song, easy to remember but hard to guess
10001110101
whocanitbenow
nobodygonnatakemycar
smokeonthewater
onacoldwintermorning

Levi Martinez
Levi Martinez

I picked something so retarded I couldnt possibly forget and was long enough/stupid enough that I wont even let family know.

NiggerDick69$

Brayden Martin
Brayden Martin

known name, random name, known nickname with a random character in the middle, random item

Owen Scott
Owen Scott

Why yes, I use an 8-word diceware as my master password. What gave it away?

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Isaac Sullivan
Isaac Sullivan

Mobile Suit model numbers. Sometimes multiples of them.

John Garcia
John Garcia

I took XCKD's approach of four long vaguely connected words, and then extended it to 6 words because fuck it.

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Matthew Anderson
Matthew Anderson

Password=Hillary

Logan Phillips
Logan Phillips

Went to a random password generator, generated 20 passwords multiple times until I found one that seemed fairly easy to remember and had letters spread out over the keyboard.

Sebastian Nelson
Sebastian Nelson

Four common words like that is a pretty shitty password actually. You're much better off to include some random punctuation throughout, to include less common words, and better yet to include words from languages other than English.

Ayden Martin
Ayden Martin

Underrated

Daniel Rivera
Daniel Rivera

Random numbers.

Brayden Moore
Brayden Moore

password from pwgen I wrote and trained my mind until I got it in my muscle memory

Juan Evans
Juan Evans

I use Jow Forums memes you wouldnt find in a normal dictionary.
Words like zoomer, desu and fren.

Hudson Reed
Hudson Reed

two words from favorite shakespeare line, followed by the act and scene number

Nathan Howard
Nathan Howard

Diceware

Landon Nguyen
Landon Nguyen

Nice try.

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Jacob Jenkins
Jacob Jenkins

My nigga

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Wyatt Smith
Wyatt Smith

date | sha256sum | base64

Gabriel Reyes
Gabriel Reyes

Thats very stupid and easy to bruteforce.
Alternatively you could make a program which takes the phrases, on base of wordlist and then converts them to your format.

Ethan Parker
Ethan Parker

if they have your master password they have access to much more identifying information
I'm not saying user's password is good, but it's not bad for that reason

Eli Wood
Eli Wood

I took password and spelled it backwards

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Carson Smith
Carson Smith

its just a list of my moms body measurements

Logan Morris
Logan Morris

first love
Thank based yugioh for introducing me to hentai

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Jaxon Hughes
Jaxon Hughes

I don't think having a password known by half your neighborhood is a good idea.

Joshua Lee
Joshua Lee

What kind of incel cares about a whore's "body measurements." And my neighborhood is occupied by such people? And they fuck? Truly unpleasant.

Brody Nguyen
Brody Nguyen

Two 8-digit numbers that I have memorized and a family member's name (I know 16 family members), but with the name of one of my 10 dogs I've owned replacing their middle name, all separated with different special characters, and a special character at the end. Plus TOTP (not enough services offer a U2F to justify the purchase of a yubikey).

Sebastian Bennett
Sebastian Bennett

import random
Keys = [<all kebord keys>]
for k in range(len(Keys)):
r = random.randint(0, len(Keys)-1)
pass = Keys[r]

Jason Bennett
Jason Bennett

uBlock Origin isn't superior to NoScript. uMatrix is, but uBlock Origin isn't.

The NoScript creator puts ads on his website (which you go to every time there's an update). These ads have been known to link to trojans.

Kevin Mitchell
Kevin Mitchell

using a 1-character password that could be [enter]
lmao

Joshua Ramirez
Joshua Ramirez

How 1 if its running on all the keys.?
I know that is a bad one but fuck
You are more retard than me

Benjamin Peterson
Benjamin Peterson

assigns Keys[r] to the same variable each time

Levi Bennett
Levi Bennett

How do you guys get around the need for multiple "master passwords"?

Just to get into my computer and open my password manager I need to type passwords for:
Full-disk decryption
OS login
.kbdx decryption

That means I still need to remember three passwords. It's not a big deal, but it's still a hassle.

Landon Thomas
Landon Thomas

Brutal

Brandon King
Brandon King

I have many passwords, when I have to make a new one I make something up the top of my head. Usually, when I do that, the words don't make sense either, so I just type what went through.
So they are incoherent, not real words

Wyatt Sanders
Wyatt Sanders

OS login is far more simple since I lock my PC every time I afk to take a piss. But otherwise I use the same for .kbdx/ disk encryption.

I guess I should prefer to be able to give up hard drive entry without giving up all my passwords, but I'm always logged into my gmail which is my recovery email for everything anyway. So I lose everything except alt accounts with alt emails. Not worth remembering two master passwords since I'm a brainlet.

Angel Nelson
Angel Nelson

How did you come up with it?
I was given it (10 random characters, including digits and symbols) in around 2011 when I registered a LibertyReserve account. Some time ago the website got seized by the FBI for money laundering (at that time it was effortlessly easy to scam anyone. Basically, if you knew how to make websites, you could've banked $10k from each website you make. It was golden age for HYIP and IM). I am European and therefore lost all my funds in there, I heard there was a way for the USA citizens to recover some of their money (?).

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John Wright
John Wright

10 random characters is weaksauce, man. But also rip to your money.

Charles Miller
Charles Miller

Nice try

Ayden Jenkins
Ayden Jenkins

DE layout > US layout

Robert Sullivan
Robert Sullivan

¡¡¡warning!!!
every thread with a pic like that is a cia nigger data collection thread

Nicholas Lewis
Nicholas Lewis

I banged on a keyboard til I was happy.

_(*H$OPbm($)nyPHR

Grayson Green
Grayson Green

3 randomly generated 14 long strings, slapped together

Dominic Sanders
Dominic Sanders

some nonsense loosely related to a tv show i was watching at the time, typed with the wrong layout to mess up the letters and two common words with 1 typo and two special symbols. just hoping that the words won't be present in the common dictionaries

Matthew Bailey
Matthew Bailey

Not him but couldn't you just mod 52 or whatever the printable character count in ASCII is and add it to the value of the first printable character? Iirc all printable characters are in sequence with no gaps so it'd guarantee you a printable password, even though you'd be compromising the entropy somewhat by not using a large prime to take the mod of the random number. And you'd still get a meaningless password which may be the biggest drawback

Jacob Ward
Jacob Ward

It's my mother's maiden date of birth.

Michael Gonzalez
Michael Gonzalez

just
base64 </dev/urandom

Cooper Martinez
Cooper Martinez

Won't tell you because you or someone else could use that against me in the future.

Juan Garcia
Juan Garcia

not today glow in the dark CIA nigger

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