JRR • January 28, 2022 6:31 AM I actually use acronym-based passwords, but this awesome strong random password generator rocks! I used other generators to create strong random passwords before. Which I think are pretty strong. The thing that I think is the most inadvertently detrimental to password strength is the requirement to change passwords every X days. If I can use the same password for a long time, I pick pretty strong variety of indiscriminate and arbitrary passwords. If I have to change it every XX days, I tend to pick very easy to remember passwords, and just change a digit at the end of it every time. As a result of this password “enhancement” system, I think I personally have much weaker passwords. This is a strong memorable password isn't it? I love strong memorable passwords.