How to Make the World’s Most Complex & Secure Passwords & Make them Easy to Remember

To make the world’s most secure password and make it so its easy to remember, you must follow certain criteria:
A strong password must:

  • Contain Lowercase Letters – abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
  • Contain Uppercase Letters – ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
  • Contain Numbers – 0123456789
  • Contain Symbols – !@#$%^&*()-_~`=+|}{[]\:;”‘<>?/.,
  • Contain Spaces
  • Be 20 characters long or more, 30-50 is better

A strong Password must not:

  • must not have two of the same characters together
  • should not repeat characters very often
  • should not be in a consecutive order
  • should appear in a random order
  • should not be stored on your computer
  • should not be used for any site more than once
  • should not contain any actual words or meaning
  • should not contain anything which resembles the order of your birth date, age, ID card number, social media name/ID/number, etc..

You should have 3 security levels of online passwords.
3rd-Level Security:

The Third level password is for most of the web which you dont care if any scrubby website moderators view, such as chatrooms, music and video sites, and any sites that require you to register for their use the 3rd level password can be anything, such as: MonkeysCan2
It just needs to have an uppercase letter, a lowercase letter, and a number

2nd-Level Security:

The Second level is for sites you care about and visit often, which contain your personal data, such as your weibo, faebook, vk, instagram, twitter, blog, qqzone, you tube, personal video or photography blogs, etc… any site
that has things you care about

The 2nd level password should have a lowercase letter, an uppercase letter, a number, a special Character, and be misspelled, and be tailored to each specific site, such as:
Happee3=QQ_Tyme!
Happee3=Skype_Tyme!
Happee3=Hotmail_Tyme!
Happee3=Youtube_Tyme!

1st-Level Security:

First level is your top level.. its for secure and important sites, like Trusted Secure Online Payment Centers holding your financial data… such as Paypal, Amazon, etc.. and your main personal Email where all your confirmation numbers and account info is sent.

The 1st level password should contain uppercase, lowercase, numbers, special characters, and spaces, and be more than 20-30 chracters

*NEVER sign up for anything using your email address and the password for that email address

*NEVER use your credit card directly on most websites, sign up for Paypal or a special web-only low sum credit card instead, and use that.

So, how can you make (and more importantly, remember) such a complex and secure password ??

Here’s How:

  • Create your own code, that only you know
  • Create your own code version of 1337speek
  • Use common phrases you can remember
  • Choose phrases you easily modify to include the name of the site you are on
  • Combine Code, 1337speek, and normal letters to create your sentence
  • Use special characters like %, _, *, -, etc in between words
  • Use spaces on each side of a symbol in place of spaces between words, such as ‘ * ‘ for every space..
  • Use “Shift+Number” in place of numbers to substitute the symbol for the number you wish to use for example.

1 |0\/3_2_5UrF % +l-le % w#b-&-p|4Y@aMazon*com #$%^

  • The above sentence is: I love to surf “x” the web and play at Amazon.com 3456
    thats a 51-character password.. SUPER safe and SUPER secure
  • Make it easy for you to remember..
  • In my example above, first off, I’d remember I is a 1
  • I’d remember that web = Shift+3 instead of just a 3 for the E, so its w#b
  • I’d remember that on both side of “the” the space is replaced by ‘ % ‘ or space%space
  • I’d remember that “2” gets Underscores on both sides since its a substitute for an entire word “to”
  • I’d remember that my and is the following combination “-&-“
  • Then I’d remember that ‘@’ meant to tell me the name of the website, and that i always use a capital for only the 2nd letter of the website name
  • And that .com was changed to: *com, an asterisks in place of a period
  • And i’d remember that I put a space and then a Shift+3456 to get #$%^ at the end of everything i wrote
  • so my passwords would like this
    1 |0\/3_2_5UrF % +l-le % w#b-&-p|4Y@pAypal*com #$%^
    1 |0\/3_2_5UrF % +l-le % w#b-&-p|4Y@aMazon*com #$%^
    1 |0\/3_2_5UrF % +l-le % w#b-&-p|4Y@tAobao*com #$%^
    etc
  • And there you have it, a very easy way to get a different high-security password for
    every website you visit, that is also easy to remember
  • For extra security, you can use an on-screen keyboard found in Windows Utilities, in case there is a keylogger secretly installed on your computer, which in Windows 10 or Mac there surely is.
  • If there is screen-capture spyware installed on your computer, however, then an on-screen keyboard will reveal your password to an attacker
  • *****DO NOT USE YOUR HIGH-SECURITY PASSWORD AT ALL FOR COMMON WEBSITES WHERE SECURITY IS NOT ESSENTIAL, WHICH IS MOST OF THE WEB
  • For example, if a chat or music website requires you to create an account with a username, email, and password, then just use a very simple password, like: SitePass4Ch@t because it doesnt actually matter if anyone steals your password or not, and there is a very high likelihood that the owner/operator/moderators of the website are seeing if your password can be used at the email address you provided, or searching taobao etc and seeing if your info and password can log them on to steal your important stuff…
  • Also, sites which dont allow you to use a common password are often fishing for your more secure passwords, and you should avoid those sites, unless they are well known and you really, really trust them. Otherwise just add whatever they are asking for to the end of your easy password.
  • Even bigger and well-known sites, however, can often ask you to share your
    password across other platforms, such as from facebook to google to youtube, you
    should only use second-level security for these sites, at most, and do not ever give
    them your primary high-security password for any reason, that includes gmail and other mail clients
  • I recommend you use firefox to start out with, and if you forget your password, go to Menu>Tools>Options>Security>Saved Passwords>Show Passwords to view the password you created and saved
  • However, if you have a screen capture spyware attack, the attacker will be able to see your password as well, so its best to keep passwords stored in an actual paper book securely in your home

Here is an introduction to 1337 and a 1337 alphabet chart:

1337, also known as 1337speak is an internet language. it is used to say things secretly that you dont want the computer programs to find. Many computer systems in america and china have built-in programs that don’t allow you to use certain words .. or if they find those words in your post they will report you to the government officials or something else.

1337speak uses characters in place of letters for example 1=L; 3=E; 7=T.. so 1337 = LEET, and LEET is a slang way of saying Elite, so 1337 is an Elite way of communicating.

For example, your online name is |2@1[)3|\] which spells RAIDEN, as follows: |2=R @=A 1=I [)=D 3=E|\]=N

Simple style is L33T, just change some vowels only to
‘leet’, using numbers only, SUCH 4S TH1S H3R3 (such as this here)

You can add more and more characters UNT1L M0R3 @ND M0R3 0|= Y0U|2 L4NGU4G3 !S 1337, A$ Y0U L1K3, U|\|T!L `/0|_||2 |_33+5|*33|< |_00|<5 |!|<3 +|-|!5 (until more and more of your language is leet, as you like, until your leetspeek looks like this)

The more characters the stronger your speak i.e K&V!N is stronger than K3V1N and [<&\\//![\l is stronger than K3V!N

And the there are also many slang words used, such as JOO instead of YOU, or PHUN instead of FUN, or LUV instead of Love, etc.. as you like

J can usually replace Y, i.e YES becomes JES

-ER words become -XOR words i.e:

  • WORKER becomes WORXOR
  • and WORXxXOR is stronger than WORXOR,
  • but vv0|2><><><[]|2 is stronger still,
  • and freestyling \^/()|`><}{)(()l* is by far the strongest

Change any verb to a noun using -AGE, i.e. READ become READAGE and CHAT becomes CHATTAGE

Change any noun to an adjective using -NESS, i.e. COOL becomes COOLNESS, and LEET becomes LEETNESS

Change past tense words ending with -ED to -‘D or -T, i.e. TALKED can become TALK’D or TALKT,

also the apostrophe can go anyplace in the word, i.e. T’ALKD, TA’LKD, TAL’KD, and TALK’D are all the same

Use & in place of -and, -ant, and -anned words, i.e. STAND can become ST& and BANNED can become B&

Sometimes the Letter on the keyboard replaces the Symbol, i.e. NO!!! can become NO111, and B& can become B7

Sometimes words are misspelled on purpose. THE is spelled TEH and BEY for BYE, etc..

All these changes are used in 1337 and make it even harder to decipher

You can make the letters anyway you want to which is the original and strongest/ most secure way, but its common for certain forums or groups to use their own different dialects for convenience sake.

Here is a list i have made of some of the letters I use:
A: /\ 4 @ /-\ |\ ^ /| !\ /!
B: |3 |} 8 6 |: !3 /3 \3 ]3 [3 (3 )3
C: [ ( < {
D: |) [) {) !) ]) ?
E: 3 &
F: |= /= != \=
G: 6 9 |_- !_- (_- (_+ |_-, !_-, (_-, |_+ !_+
H: |-| |~| /-/ \-\ /~/ \~\ # \-| |-/ !-! !~! ]-[ )-( }-
{ ]~[ )~( }~{
I: 1 ! | ]
J: _| _/ _\ _! _] _[ <_/ ,_| ,_/ ,_\ ,_! ,_] ,_[
K: |< /< |( |( \< !<
L: |_ /_ []_ \_ !_ 1
M: |\/| /\/\ /|/| !\/! !\!\ !\/| !\/! |\/! !\/\ /\/! /|\ /!\ /X\ (\/) //\\//\\ /^^\ .\
\ (\/| //.
N: |\| /|/ !\! !\| |\! /|/ /!/ \|\ \!\ (\) ^/ //\\// /\/ ]\] ]\[
O: 0 () [] {} <>
P: |* /* )* !* []* |? !?
|^ !^ |” !” |> !>
Q: 0, (), [], <>, (,) [,] [_,] (_,) <| <! <\ *\ *\_
“\ *| *! “!
R: !2 |2 /2 \2 !? |? /? \?
S: 5 $ ,\` _\`
T: 7 + -|- -/- -!- -\-
‘][‘ ‘|’ “|” ~|~ ~!~ ‘!’ “!” “\” “/” ‘\’ ‘/’
U: |_| !_! /_/ \_\ |_\ /_\ /_| /_! !_\ (_) |_) (_| !_) (_! (_\
/_) \_) (_/
V: |/ \| \/ !/ \! \\// (/ [/ \] \)
W: |/\| \/\/ |/|/ \|\| !/\! !/\| |/\! \!/ \|/ \!\! \/\| |/\/ \X/ (/\) \_/\_/
‘// \/\)
X; >< )( }{
Y: `/ `( `{ ~/
Z: 2 % ‘/, ~/_ */_ */, ‘/_ 7_

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