How to create an easy to remember but secure password.

As an example, let’s use the First line from Banjo Paterson’s Poem – The Man from Snowy River

So the Phrase start off as

“There was movement at the station, for the word had passed around”

This gets translated to

twmatsftwhpa

adding the SMS type short characters would see this become

twm@ts4twhpa – using the “@” symbol for “at” and the number “4” to replace “for”

Changing a few other Characters could see this pass phrase become

7wm@t$4twhPa – The first t is replaced with a 7 the s is replaced with a $ sign and the p is Capitalised

As another example using simular principals as the above, we will use simply the song Title from Paul Kelly’s Before Too Long

So the Phrase start off as

“Before Too Long”

If we get only the first letter we end up with

btl – this is only 3 characters, so let’s extend it a bit by using a whole word

btlong – using the whole word “long”

adding the SMS type characters we can also add an additional character

b4tlong – “before” becomes “b4”

Changing a few Characters could see this pass phrase become

B42Long

I am sure you get the idea, be creative.

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