This means it takes the following time to hack a simple password like "sun":
•Brute-force: 3 minutes
•Common Word: 3 minutes
•Dictionary: 1 hour 20 minutes
So the article suggested that using three uncommon words were both easy to remember and highly secure. Does this include adding a space or without?
Thisisfun or This is fun? I assume the former, as sign ins don't allow spaces.
So you think I should change from 'password1'
The only easy way to have a complex password is to use a sentence such as 'Iate1biscuit', pee easy to remember, and almost impossible to brute-force in a reasonable time.
that's the classic outcome when enforced complexity is ramped up too much
I worked at one place where you had to regularly change your password, and it said 'Your password cannot be the same as any past or future passwords'