A different approach to passwords
You can give HQbgbiZVu9AWcqoSZmChwgtMYTrM7HE3ObVWGepMeOsJf4iHMyNXMT1A4d7 a try. Good luck memorising it.
Sixty-three random alpha-numeric characters — in this case, created by an online password generator — are as good as it gets when it comes to securing your virtual life.
But as millions of internet users have learned the hard way, no password is safe when hackers can, and do, pilfer them en masse from banks, email services, retailers or social media websites that fail to fully protect their servers.