The future of passwords is bright

I see the future. I see it so clear to see one message you will receive a few years from now.

“Dear Customer, 

The BlahBlah monitoring system has noticed suspicious attempts to log in to multiple users’ accounts (an AI brute-force technique). Your account has been recognized with potentially weak security settings.

Therefore, to prevent unauthorized access, your account password has been regenerated automatically.

To restore access and ensure the security of your account, please complete the following step:

Reset a new strong password(At least 58 characters, including at least 3 uppercase, 7 lowercase letters, 9 numbers, and at least 7 special characters, e.g., ! @ # ? ])…”

The future BlahBlah security team

I like this feature. Why? People are lazy, and we tend to learn less and less and watch TV every day instead of reading books, solving math problems, thinking about space, dreaming big.

Imagine how your brain will work if you need to remember your new 58 characters password for your fresh 58 new services you will subscribe to deliver food to your home.

The future is bright! Embrace it. Please change your password to 58 characters now, and don’t write them down. Train your brain!

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