Making a strong, easy-to-remember password that is still hard to guess can be pretty tricky …
Lisa Eadicicco for Business Insider:
The perfect password may not exist, Etay Maor, an executive security adviser at IBM Security, Business Insider told. But he said it was a technique you could use to create passwords that would be tough for hackers to find out, but that are easy to keep up to date. Maor suggests creating a "passphrase" instead of a password.
The passphrase technique is exactly what it sounds like. It means coming up with a memorable phrase you can use instead of a password, since the longer the password is, the harder it is for a machine to crack.
For example, you can choose a phrase like "I want to go to a Bon Jovi concert" and turn it into a password. "A computer will take, I don't want to say an infinite amount of time, but a not realistic time, to guess it, "Maor said.
MacDailyNews Take: Please, don't use "I want to go to a Bon Jovi concert" as a password ̵