[Cryptography] simple codebook for passwords

John Ioannidis ji at tla.org
Tue Jan 13 16:37:04 EST 2015

On Tue, Jan 13, 2015 at 3:48 PM, ianG <iang at iang.org> wrote:

> Following is a simple codebook design for ordinary users.  Discuss ;)
> https://www.qwertycards.com/
>  The simple plastic card that goes in your wallet for easy to remember
> very strong passwords picture of qwertycard
> Step 1: Type in the code letters shown on the 'spacebar' of the card
> Password sh(/J3Hq
> Step 2: Choose a single secret word for all your passwords
> Example: ENIGMA. Type in the code characters for each letter of ENIGMA
> Password sh(/J3HqAfQsu.
> Step 3: Type in the code characters for each letter of the website you are
> using
> Example: www.AMAZON.com use the code characters for each letter of AMAZON
> Password sh(/J3HqAfQsu..u.rqf
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Is the varnish of the cards made from boiled snake oil?
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