How many passwords do you use? There’s email address login ID’s an each requires a password. Your Mac requires a password. So do web sites where you shop.
In fact, most of us have too many passwords so we commit the worst sin possible. Easy-to-remember passwords like 123 or abc or simply password (or, the name of your dog or spouse).
What you really want are secure, safe, even speakable passwords that are also easy to remember. For that, there’s Doorman, the free Mac app that creates random passwords with a click.
How it works is simple. Select a few options such as lower case letters, uppercase letters, numbers (or all three), and even special characters.
Then, select the password length you want, and click the Generate Password button.
The green bar at the bottom of Doorman indicates the level of security. Favorite passwords are stored in the right sidebar. What would be even better is a way to save each password, assign it to a particular login, and the password protect the whole batch.
Regardless, Doorman is about as easy as it comes to creating secure passwords that are easy to remember.
The Speakable Password option simply generates random passwords that resemble natural words you can pronounce.