Internet users are being bombarded with a plerotha of advice on what makes a good password, and often this seems confusing since there does not appear to be a consensus on what makes a good password. Unfortunately human beings are creatures of habit, having to deal with too much information, and we all have a tendency to fall back on using passwords that we can easily remember, such as personal information. This makes life easier for cyber criminals.

The best thing I ever did was to start using a password manager, and I no longer remember any passwords. Is it time for this to become best practice, and thus leave the password recipe up to your chosen password manager?