Why Seniors Don’t Change Their Passwords

Taken from a chain email

writer at computer

WHY SENIORS SO NOT CHANGE THEIR PASSWORDS

WINDOWS

Please enter your new password.

USER:

Cabbage

WINDOWS:

Sorry, the password must be more than 8 characters.

USER:

Boiled cabbage

WINDOWS:

Sorry, the password must contain 1 numerical character

USER:

1 boiled cabbage

WINDOWS:

Sorry, the password cannot have blank spaces

USER:

50damnboiledcabbages

WINDOWS:

Sorry, the password must contain at least one upper case character

USER:

50DAMNboiledcabbages

WINDOWS:

Sorry the password cannot use more than one upper case character consecutively.

USER:

50damnBoiledCabbagesShovedUpYourAssIfYouDon’tGiveMeAccessNow!

WINDOWS:

Sorry, the password cannot contain punctuation.

USER:

ReallyPissedOff50DamnBoiledCabbagesShovedUpYourAssIfYouDontGiveMeAccessNow

WINDOWS:

Sorry, that password is already in use.

47 thoughts on “Why Seniors Don’t Change Their Passwords”

  1. I LOVE it! I have totally given up on making creative passwords and have given Last Pass that responsibility. Now, if I ever lose access to Last Pass, I’ll be completely lost. There’s no way I will be able to remember (or even type in) HD4%%90lkhr%^ or its equivalent for all the sites I need access to.

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  2. Glad you liked it. This seems to resonate with many people. I know I have followed that scenario in a few places because I can never tell if it is my typing or a problem at their end.

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