ANSWERS: 31
  • Nope. Nunya.
  • i do use same password.+5
  • no i use different ones, for each accout the password means something special to me.
  • I use several different passwords. I do not have any trouble remembering them +5
  • Most are the same except for the important ones ie, bank.
  • I vary the spelling.
  • I have really good memory.
  • I have a small bulletin board by my computer with all the passwords and account names. I have too many accounts to remember them all. Some of the passwords are too long and too complicated to remember.
  • I have about 12 passwords, all different. I have a good memory.
  • I have so many log-ins I've got them listed in a notepad file ~ on a USB key (not the hard-drive). Tend to try and stick to about six different passwords at any one time ... then it's only a matter of trial and error before I hit the jackpot LoL
  • I have different PW's in use for a multitude of accounts. Some are random important dates to me that others simply would never get (not one of mine, but as an ex : The date I got my first car), or very obscure names that I am overly intrigued with.
  • I use the same password for all of them, except for the ones that have to have a number in it, then I just add the same number to them all.
  • nope +5
  • I have loads of passwords. I keep them in Keepass.
  • I now only have one that I use, my daughters name. I did have different ones but kept forgetting some of them. It is just easier having one.
  • I use a variation of the same thing.Not the same word. Variatons on an obscure theme. I add numbers to anything crucial. Dont keep those programmes in bookmarks.
  • I use just one...one my best friend (my son) created just for me. What about you m'dear? Do you have more than one? :)
  • I use about 5-6 different passwords. One is for my gmail, which I don't use for anything else. One is for all the websites that force me to register even though I don't want to (I also have a separate email for these). Another is for ordinary websites like this one - sites I trust within reason. Another is for online shopping, like Amazon.
  • I have a new password for every site. I keep them straight by using the word pad on the computer. I then add the website name, my log-in name and password. I then save the wordpad on desktop and when I log into a site I swipe my password, copy and paste it into the password area on the site. I also have an accumulation of my favorite sites and print it off on the computer, so that if someone hacks my computer and it messes up to the point of needing a system restore, I still have hardcopy. I do it that way because I used to have the same password for everything and someone hacked into everything and messed a whole bunch of my stuff up, changed my passwords and everything. Luckily they didn't think to change my question answer things and I managed to get my accounts back. I use passwords like if my favorite song was Kiss me through the phone- I'd put : Ie7tKMTTP! (I enjoy listening to Kiss me through the phone!)
  • Keep an excel spreadsheet full of them. Make one column for login names, the next column for your password and then the third column for the actual web address for the site. It works very well.
  • There are free programs that will store all the websites, IDs, and passwords in an encrypted file. You then need a single password to get into it. That is just a backup since most sites will allow the operating system to store the passwords and retrieve them as needed. Yahoo is not one of them. ₪ ɦəlʞɹɐq ₪
  • I've got a kinda logrythmic interpolation/extrapolation deal happenin' which varies numbers/letters systematically (easier remembered) yet with an obfuscating idiosyncracy (difficult for others to ascertain). - [what?] - ;-)
  • I use variations of one password.
  • i use to have the same password until my psycho ex hacked all my acct then i had to erase all those accts and made new ones and they all have diff passwords and i write them done so i don't forget.
  • i have a list that i memorized,(4) if one don't work i try another,ETC,ETC,ETC works for me
  • The trick is to have a non standard word and then have them used either by month or by importance. So: 8 letter password: tesimaa january add 1, february add 2 etc or 8 letter password koochiko bank add 1, work add 2 etc. personally I log onto most my systems with a smart card or ironkey with roboform password mamnager
  • I wish I could use the same password, or a variation of the same. However, the systems I use at work all require passwords of differing length, case, use of numbers or special characters, etc. I'm forced to write them down to remember them.
  • yes only way i will remember
  • I use one particular password for things that are not all that important to me. It's short and easy to remember, and I've been using it for the last seven years. For things that I consider worthy of better protection, I use different passwords that are much longer. I remember them because they are all things that are relevant to my interests.
  • No,I don't use the same password. I manage my passwords using the Billeo Firefox add-on. It securely saves my passwords and allows me to access or edit it anytime. Plus the add-on is VeriSign secured so no security issues.
  • i use the same word but a different number at the end of each one, sometimes i put the number first

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