While 1Password is usually there to autofill your passwords, sometimes you still have to manually type them in.
We’ve all had the experience of connecting to Wi-Fi on a new device, setting up a gaming console, or signing in to a streaming service on our TVs. When these moments come up, typing in a password likeis not a fun experience, regardless of how secure it may be.
So what’s the answer? Enter Memorable Passwords (also known as passphrases). These are created by combining a handful of real but unrelated words. A passphrase could be , for instance. As long as each word is random, the complete passphrase can be just as difficult for an attacker to crack as a password that contains characters, letters, and symbols.
With Memorable Passwords, 1Password can generate passwords that, while still distinctive and random, are easier to remember. Memorizing and typing something likeis a practical way to maintain your security while making entering a password manually a lot simpler.
For more information about generating passwords with 1Password, check out our support article: Use the password generator to change and strengthen your passwords.
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