I require a password to..
-log in to my email account
-log in to my computer
-configure my router
-What's the number of passwords you use?
-6 to 20
Following safety practices apply to me: Check those that apply.
[ ] -I use different passwords in different places, so if one place is hacked, the password they find can't be used to hack in my account anywhere else.
[ ] -When I use some public computers, I clear cookies, I use the settings that disable from storing my passwords to websites, etc.
[ ] -I memorize my most valuable passwords
I know some of the following concepts: information entropy, dictionary attack, social engineering, phishing
-three or 4
I know some of the following concepts: md5, blowfish, insertion attack, rootkit
-one or two
Password to my most important email account resembles something like this:
none of these
Password to a online joke site You've almost forgotten about resembles something like this:
none of these
Which of these describe your attitude towards security?
-There's echelon, there's ad trackers.. Google has incredible information about us. Trying to keep my privacy is a losing game.
You admit to these security faults:
-I use unnecessarily strong passwords, and I memorize them.
-I use the same password over and over again.
What's your type?
Do you think your password & security habits reflect your type?
I doubt it, but surely someone will see some kind of correlations