top 25 password schmucks are you one?

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  1. BBQ

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    I would be up the proverbial without KeePass.
    http://www.keepass.info

    Nice little password database app, available both on PC and phones (through third party compatible apps that can read your database).
     
  2. RetardedMonkey

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    Physical security is ALWAYS overlooked in I.T infrastructure.

    Scary how much people spend on securing their information, but overlook the most basic of things. eg. Using a room that doesn't have a lock on it as a 'server room'.
     
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    speaking of post it notes, ive got a heap on my desktop on my computer since im using windows 7 of good quotes from people here on silver stackers. :p
     
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    God used to be a popular password !
     
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    What annoys me is every application/website has different password requirements.

    Some are 6-8 characters, must contain 1 Capital and 1 Numeric
    Some are 8-12 characters, must contain no Numerics and 1 alphanumeric
    Some are 5 characters, must be all Numerics

    etc etc

    You need a password app to remember your passwords.

    Just don't forget the password to your password app.
     

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