I could go into the details, but I believe this infographic really says it all. Plus, you can just read the full article here. Enjoy...
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I wonder if Webroot users knew that Webroot SecureAnywhere Internet Security Plus and Webroot SecureAnywhere Complete both have password management that's even better than Password Genie... That Password Genie stuff has been rated as 3/5 stars but the password management included in those two versions of Webroot was rated a full Five Stars out of five. Plus you can use it on your computer AND on your Android phone too!
Hmmm... I might consider telling them sometime. 🙂
I highly recommend that anyone interested in security should listen to Steve's weekly podcast with Leo Laport.
Now try to remember 25 of those. 😉
That being said, a password like 'tomcatpineapplebinaryangel' would be secure enough to use on all your accounts, as well as being easy to memorise. In fact, even at one hundred trillion guesses per second, it'd take 20.36 trillion centuries to crack it, according to the aforementioned 'Password Haystacks' site.