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    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?
    esTJ

    Do you think your password & security habits reflect your type?
    I doubt it, but surely someone will see some kind of correlations
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    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?
    -2 to 5

    Following safety practices apply to me: Check those that apply.
    [ ] -I don't do anything of value with the computer, so I don't need to bother with the passwords.
    [ ] -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.
    [x] -When I use some public computers, I clear cookies, I use the settings that disable from storing my passwords to websites, etc.
    [x] -I memorize my most valuable passwords
    [ ] -I use so easy passwords that I don't ever have to write them down.

    I know some of the following concepts: information entropy, dictionary attack, social engineering, phishing
    -none

    I know some of the following concepts: md5, blowfish, insertion attack, rootkit
    -none. Oh, one of those is a spikey fish.

    Password to my most important email account resembles something like this:
    -Peanuts75

    Password to a online joke site You've almost forgotten about resembles something like this:
    -jokes

    Which of these describe your attitude towards security?
    -Average person has little to fear from hackers, but it's cool not to spread all your information out in the open.
    -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 the same password over and over again.

    What's your type?
    ENFJ

    Do you think your password & security habits reflect your type?
    I'm not sure in the slightest. I'd be inclined to say 'No'.
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    I'm ashamed for thinking a connection with these answers and type ;(

    I'm I really so gullible? Someone says that psychological type is attached to many things, and I attach it to many things..
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    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?
    -> 20 or more

    Following safety practices apply to me:
    -> 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
    sorry, i don't like checking

    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:
    -> N/E-535&

    Password to a on-line joke site You've almost forgotten about resembles something like this:
    -> N/E-535&


    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 derive the passwords from my name, name of the site I'm visiting, etc.
    How come it's security fault? Derivering passwrd from e.g. site's name doesn't mean, it's weak.

    //edit
    First i thought YES, but later - no - my passwrd habits don't go hand in hand with my personality type.

    I didn't know what's md5 or blowfish. I presume that you have been talking to me what's insertion attack, so i had a hint of it, but the bottom line is that i'm sloppy and i should know these things!
    Last edited by Hine; 11-02-2010 at 06:59 AM. Reason: subsequent comprehend
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    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 don't do anything of value with the computer, so I don't need to bother with the passwords.
    [x] -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.
    [x] -When I use some public computers, I clear cookies, I use the settings that disable from storing my passwords to websites, etc.
    [x] -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
    -three or 4

    Password to my most important email account resembles something like this:
    -Zs124Hw8(121,!0

    Password to a online joke site You've almost forgotten about resembles something like this:
    - I go to www.bugmenot.com in order to bypass compulsory registration to sites which are not worth my time registering (e.g. joke sites)

    Which of these describe your attitude towards security?
    -Citizens should employ strong cryptography in their normal day-to-day dealings in the internet, even if just to piss off the governments.

    You admit to these security faults:
    -I use unnecessarily strong passwords, and I memorize them.

    What's your type?
    INTJ

    Do you think your password & security habits reflect your type?
    No.

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    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?
    -2 to 5

    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
    -one or two

    I know some of the following concepts: md5, blowfish, insertion attack, rootkit
    -none. Oh, one of those is a spiky fish.

    Password to my most important email account resembles something like this:
    -Zs124Hw8(121,!0

    Password to a online joke site You've almost forgotten about resembles something like this:
    -haha

    Which of these describe your attitude towards security?
    -Average person has little to fear from hackers, but it's cool not to spread all your information out in the open.
    -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 the same password over and over again.
    -I derive the passwords from my name, name of the site I'm visiting, etc.

    What's your type?
    INTJ

    Do you think your password & security habits reflect your type?
    No...

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    I require a password to..
    -log in to my email account
    -configure my router
    -access my saved internet browser passwords

    -What's the number of passwords you use?
    -6 to 20, though I alternate them periodically (AKA when i feel like it)

    Following safety practices apply to me: Check those that apply.
    [ ] -I don't do anything of value with the computer, so I don't need to bother with the passwords.
    [x] -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.
    [x] -When I use some public computers, I clear cookies, I use the settings that disable from storing my passwords to websites, etc.
    [x] -I memorize my most valuable passwords
    [ ] -I use so easy passwords that I don't ever have to write them down.

    I know some of the following concepts: information entropy, dictionary attack, social engineering, phishing
    -one or two

    I know some of the following concepts: md5, blowfish, insertion attack, rootkit
    -none. Oh, one of those is a spikey fish.

    Password to my most important email account resembles something like this:
    -Zs124Hw8(121,!0

    Password to a online joke site You've almost forgotten about resembles something like this:
    -N/E-535&


    Which of these describe your attitude towards security?
    somewhere between this:
    -There's echelon, there's ad trackers.. Google has incredible information about us. Trying to keep my privacy is a losing game.
    and this:
    -Citizens should employ strong cryptography in their normal day-to-day dealings in the internet, even if just to piss off the governments.

    You admit to these security faults:
    -I use the same password over and over again.

    What's your type?
    ENFP

    Do you think your password & security habits reflect your type?
    maybe a little regarding values; i just value privacy. I've had my laptop stolen before which sent me into "what if??" mode. i always like to ensure that the bastards don't help themselves to any more personal information about me.
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    I require a password to..
    I'm not gonna tell you.

    What's the number of passwords you use?
    In essence I have 3 personal passwords, which I sometimes combine with each other. I have two shared passwords, which I use for e-mail accounts that I share with other people of my commission and friends.

    Following safety practices apply to me: Check those that apply.
    I don't need to write my passwords down, because I only have three possible ones. I'm not that careful with shared passwords. I don't mind putting them in an e-mail to pass them on to my friends. I'm actually kinda dumb.

    I know some of the following concepts: information entropy, dictionary attack, social engineering, phishing
    Only phishing.

    I know some of the following concepts: md5, blowfish, insertion attack, rootkit
    None.

    Password to my most important email account resembles something like this:
    letmein

    Password to a online joke site You've almost forgotten about resembles something like this:
    haha

    Which of these describe your attitude towards security?
    -Average person has little to fear from hackers, but it's cool not to spread all your information out in the open.
    -There's echelon, there's ad trackers.. Google has incredible information about us. Trying to keep my privacy is a losing game.
    -Citizens should employ strong cryptography in their normal day-to-day dealings in the internet, even if just to piss off the governments.

    You admit to these security faults:
    -I use the same password over and over again. (I have so many accounts that I only have three, that I sometimes combine.)

    What's your type?
    ENFP

    Do you think your password & security habits reflect your type?
    Maybe. My passwords are dumb. If my best friend tried to hack any of my stuff, she'd be able to. Not that I told her, but still.
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    Password survey
    I require a password to..
    - log in to my computer profile
    - configure my router
    - bank account

    -What's the number of passwords you use?
    - 3-4

    Following safety practices apply to me: Check those that apply.
    [ ] -I don't do anything of value with the computer, so I don't need to bother with the passwords.
    [ ] -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.
    [X] -When I use some public computers, I clear cookies, I use the settings that disable from storing my passwords to websites, etc.
    [X] -I memorize my most valuable passwords
    [half true] -I use so easy passwords that I don't ever have to write them down.

    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 account resembles something like this:
    -N/E-535&

    Password to a online joke site you've almost forgotten about resembles something like this:
    -jokes


    Which of these describe your attitude towards security?
    -I've got nothing to hide
    -Average person has little to fear from hackers, but it's cool not to spread all your information out in the open.

    You admit to these security faults:
    -I use unnecessarily strong passwords, and I memorize them.
    -I write down my passwords and keep them at my desk.
    [X] I use the same password over and over again.
    -I derive the passwords from my name, name of the site I'm visiting, etc.

    What's your type?
    ENTP

    Do you think your password & security habits reflect your type?
    70% of the time
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