@stux There is a password that I still use on some sites out there. No very important sites, but still. A password that I originally used when I was surfing the internet on my Amiga 2000, back in the 90s.

It has no special characters. It is nine characters long, except for that one site that insisted a *max* password length of 8, so I had to truncate it.
There is a high-security password, a proper password, hard to guess, long, a mix of all kinds of characters, that I use in only one place, but which is the spiritual descendant, iterated over the years, of this old password.
I no longer use anywhere the password "oktagon", which was the model name for the first harddrive controller I bought.
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