Safe way to remember passwords

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What is a safe way to remember passwords if I have habit of forgetting passwords?

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Dear Miller,

 The safest way of remembering your passwords is by creating a password that you can easily associate with. The password ought to be formed from numbers that seem familiar to you and easy to remember. Additionally use numbers and letters that can make sense and are somehow related. Then try and memorize the password by continually repeating it aloud.

Keep doing this for at least three to five times every hour.

Additional you can try to visualize the password numbers and letters with shapes and patterns that are familiar. Alternatively you can create a question that can help you in remembering your password. This question ought to be a familiar and a genuine question with answers that you can easily remember.

For instance, Which year were you born?

 

 

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Answered By 10 points N/A #120209

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Hey Lyndon Miller!

There are many ways to remember your password if you have a habit of forgetting password. You can use a Notepad for this purpose. Write down all your Passwords in a Notepad and save it.

Alternatively, there are many software that can safe your passwords for you. The software, I am using for this purpose is Keepass. It’s very user friendly software. This software is remembering passwords for me for the long time.

You can search on the internet for this software. But for your help I am going to add a link here for you.

You can download the software from the following link.

http://keepass.info/

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To make sure your password is safe you can use notepad, if there is no other person. You can use any software.  Keeping your password in a program such as keepass will encrypt your password data and is a much better solution than saving your password in a unencrypted text document.

Use site features for resetting your password. You can do this endlessly and it's free. Use one of the many digital tools available for storing and using encrypted login information. This will allow you to mind-bending passwords on every site, while only having to remember one master password. I also suggest you to use Dropbox which saves your password.

Corrupted file can be recovered in Dropbox.

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