On Wed, Dec 22, 2010 at 01:01, ubereng <mryahell@...
> --- In email@example.com, Mike Fairbanks <musingsofapathy@...> wrote:
>> Why not just know your login and password and enter it when the subject
>> comes up?
> That is a very, very bad habit to have.
> Alas it is what I ended up doing with FFA -- since the consequences of my account getting hacked are limited to annoyances and perhaps (more) bad reviews. ;)
For sites with nothing really worth protecting, there's nothing wrong
with some easy password (even just 123456) with @sitename at the end.
That way it's too long to brute force, it's protected against
automated attacks on other sites if one is broken, and it's easy to