The new "Heartbleed Bug" security flaw is a reminder you need a really good strong password, and you should change it often. But it's hard to come up with a new password. Take this quiz to get a super-strong password you won't forget!
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What Should Your New Password Be?
A great strong password with a capital letter and a number. Easy to remember, because who DOESN'T love Kesha?
Who can ever forget the majesty of Miley's tongue? This has got capital letters, a symbol, and a numbers.
Why not use your favorite website? Don't forget the "F" in BuzzFeed is always capitalized! Plus it's got the symbol and numbers.
Mr. Worldwide!!! Who doesn't love the Miami rapper? Honor him with this password.
A letter, symbols, capital letters, what's not to love?
It's so obvious, no one would ever guess it. Plus, it's actually quite strong – a symbol, number, and capital letters.
Laugh, but this is almost definitely a stronger password than what you're using on most sites.
You know how in "Spaceballs" where they ask the king the password to the planet's air supply, and it's 12345? Then Rick Moranis is like "that's an idiot's luggage combination", and then Mel Brooks is like "that's MY luggage combination!" Yeah, that. But this actually is a really strong password – it's got symbols, numbers, and capitals.
There's nothing relaxed about a strong password that contains symbols, numbers, and capital letters
A VERY strong password with numbers, symbols, and capital letters. Will ensure no one will leak your nudes.
See, I know what you're thinking: "I don't even like Nickelback." But that's the whole point! No one would ever guess it would be your password!
For more suggestions, I recommend the hilarious @PasswordIdeas Twitter account:
**Please don't actually change your passwords to any of these, OBVS.
Katie Notopoulos is a senior editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York. Notopoulos writes about tech and internet culture is cohost of the Internet Explorer podcast.
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