Here’s an interesting diagram that seems to have been created against Google’s password strength checker.
It shows weak, fair, good, strong and “unbreakable” passwords, as might be created by teenagers, douches (you work that one out), geeks, nature lovers, professionals, and “normal” people.
Interesting that ‘g01111001110011101100e’ — of which the central zeroes and one form five-digit binary groups each referring to a letter position in the alphabet, and actually form the password ‘goggle’ (not ‘google’, ha-ha) — is deemed “unbreakable”. I doubt it is, but I wonder how many geeks would choose a password along these lines? Not strong enough for my liking, but it’s way better than “rockstar” and “iloveu”.
What we don’t have on here are the expletive-laden passwords that I know for a fact many people often use.