my users made a big deal about it because they're usually pretty drunk or high and that makes captcha tough, ya know.
BetweenthePipes wrote:Again, today, I had to enter a code from an image to log in, as someone had clearly tried to guess my password. Any chance that Administrators can get some computer guru to chase down who is trying to do this?
Good passwords should be more than 8 characters and should include both letters and numbers. On some sites, passwords can be case sensitive as well (not sure about here). Passwords should not be, say, the ages of your children, the dates of family member birthdays, the names of your family members, etc. Preferably, they have no meaning at all and contain no real words, with one or more numbers in there at various places.
The problem always is that there are so many web sites one might visit which require a password. How the heck to remember them all is the problem (especially as I get older)! I recommend writing them down and keeping the list in some random place NOT beside the computer (in a book on a shelf, somewhere, for example--just remember which book).
Robert Earthpig wrote:Had a real mess to deal with yesterday. Someone's attempts at logging on in my name caused me to be basically shut out of this site. I'd log in and try to add a comment to a thread and then I'd have to log in again and my written message would be toast - and so on.
Bastage. You'll never figure out my password!
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