|author||Jonas Smedegaard <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2006-09-02 13:05:17 +0200|
|committer||Jonas Smedegaard <email@example.com>||2006-09-02 13:05:17 +0200|
1 files changed, 6 insertions, 5 deletions
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As a user of Homebase you have been given a single "account".
-The password you received has only a short lifespan, and **must** be changed before exploring Homebase any further.
+The password you received has only a short lifespan, and **must** be changed soon.
## Pick a good password
Invent something impossible to guess, yet easy to remember.
- * Don't use the name of your pet dog or anything else personal.
- * Don't use any normal words at all - gibberish mixed with mumbo jumbo is much better
+ * Don't use personal info. Not your birthday or your pet dog.
+ * Don't use plain words. Gibberish mixed with mumbo jumbo is much better (robots use dictionaries).
-Think of a phrase - a poem or a song. Pick first letter of each word - that's often a great password.
+Suggestion: Think of a phrase - a poem or a song. Pick first letter of each word. Add a number. Gibberish in itself, but easy (for you) to remember/recreate.
## Keep your password in your head only
@@ -21,8 +21,9 @@ Your password is strictly personal.
* Do not write it down.
* Do not **ever** reveal it to anyone. Not a friend, your boss, the police, me or other technicians.
+ * Be proud if you forget your password: That means you tried hard to pick a good one :-)
-Be proud if forgetting your password: You then tried hard to pick a good one - our salute is to swiftly reset your password and provide you a new.
+If you loose or reveal your password, a new one is created for you (and texted to you, if your cellphone number is registered here).
## Change your password