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Think of some funny passwords...

edro

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Whenever someone calls me to reset their password, I like to teach them a "lesson" by changing their password to something stupid. Recently it has been "bunnyrabbit" but the 2 words keeps confusing the users. Sometimes I make it "nachos".

It has to be at least 6 characters.

What are some funneh ones I can change it to? (BTW, they can change their own password once I change it, but a lot of them don't know how)
 

MAME

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Originally posted by: edro13
Whenever someone calls me to reset their password, I like to teach them a "lesson" by changing their password to something stupid. Recently it has been "bunnyrabbit" but the 2 words keeps confusing the users. Sometimes I make it "nachos".

It has to be at least 6 characters.

What are some funneh ones I can change it to? (BTW, they can change their own password once I change it, but a lot of them don't know how)
password for what?
 

propellerhead

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Our network geeks used "turkey01". If they had to come back again for the same reason, they would use "turkey02", and so on. I guess after a while, people got the hint.
 

sash1

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nu4n73ct972743ctb764mwqy7n3mn02nytn0v532y6qytj346uy9056ry86emn5hre

thats a good password.
 

Amorphus

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ninnypants

mississippi

chaunukkah

kwanzaa

marybakereddy

gojihad

gorving

shoveit

kittysoup

lookatme

runaway

sharkbait

OOHAHAH!

justkeepswimmin

ithinkican

ithoughticould
 

3point14

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Here are a few that I used for people when I worked in the computer lab at school...

jewishnipple, jesuswenis, dryhump, adolftheclown, hairygrandma, mypsychoex, chainsawwedding

(and those were the tame ones)
 

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