How to remember every password
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How to remember every password

Generate memorable, unique, secure passwords you never need write down
4.4 (391 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
9,631 students enrolled
Last updated 8/2017
English
Price: Free
Includes:
  • 40 mins on-demand video
  • 1 Supplemental Resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Have a secure way to access any website without the need to write down passwords
  • Understand and be better protected from Keyboard logging
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Requirements
  • No prior knowledge or experience required.
Description

Find out why more than 1,700 people have signed up for this course in the first 72 hours with zero marketing!

5 stars This was an exceptional course on a topic I've been struggling with for a couple of decades. I feel so relieved to have a SIMPLE, yet virtually unbreakable password that will work on every website I will ever visit. >>> The instructor is easy to understand and lays out the instructions in a step-by-step sequence. The voice delivery was slow; ideal if English is a second language; I listened at 1.8 speed. >>> I LOVED the course, and now have a skill that I will use FOREVER... which is a VERY long time! Kathryn K

5 stars Excellent! I've been trying find a consistent way of creating passwords for years, but couldn't quite figure it out. This course will set you on the correct path. Highly recommended! James S

5 stars This course offers something I can actually use in my life and make a significant change. Ashwin
5 Stars Excellent Syed B
5 stars Instructor is doing a great job Chris P
5 stars Comprehensive tutorial Walter L
5 stars It's good information Ganesh S
5 stars Good content Oran K
5 stars Password course was great! Bob S

NEVER FORGET A PASSWORD EVER AGAIN

There are three significant benefits to this course:

CONFIDENCE  It boosts self-confidence because you can now do something that you would have thought absolutely impossible. You will be able to memorise hundreds of website passwords with ease.

We tend to think that to create big changes in our live that we must do something radical. The opposite is the case. Tiny little one per cent changes can have a huge impact.  Every time you enter a wrong password your mind probably tells you that you are stupid. So right now you tell yourself that you are stupid five, six, seven times a day, every day, week after week, month after month, year after year. How do you think that is affecting every aspect of your life? It's like the constant sound of a dripping tap. Drip. Drip. Drip. "I'm an idiot. I'm an idiot. I'm an idiot." In one hour or less you can learn a technique that will stop the drip. Silence.

PRODUCTIVITY
You waste so much time and energy. In fact if you spend just five minutes a day in trying to recall passwords that is the equivalent of nearly five weeks of your working life over 10 years!

Imagine that. You get up every day and from 9-5 all you do is enter incorrect passwords. This goes on for five weeks or more, with no let up. No weekend break. It would drive you insane. But because you lose a few minutes here and a few minutes there, you put up with it. The most precious thing you have is time. So this course is designed to help you on your way to becoming a time millionaire. 

SECURITY
If you use easy passwords or write them down them down, then you are operating on luck. One day your luck will run out. Then you could lose you data, your identity or your bank balance. The hackers are not targeting you specifically. They are like fishermen on an industrial trawler. They have huge nets designed to scoop up every fish in the sea.  You will just happen to be in the wrong place at the wrong time.

The most secure place to store your passwords is in your head. Nobody can hack that. So take an hour of your precious time now. The technique is really simple and anyone can use it.


Who is the target audience?
  • This course is for thought leaders who wants secure memorable unique passwords
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Curriculum For This Course
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The challenge
5 Lectures 14:38

Passwords are a fact of life. How much time do you spend on them, every day, every week, every year?

Once you watch the Lecture download the excel spreadsheet TIME CALCULATOR.XLS and find out how much time you could save.

DISCLAIMER: There are numerous factors that affect security, some of which are outside your control such as the security practices of the websites you visit. Keyboard loggers and phishing attacks can discover your passwords through the backdoor. A determined hacker with the right tools, particularly if they have targeted you, will probably be successful in cracking your password. If you use a typical 8 digit password right now and write them down, then this system is significantly better but it is not 100% secure. 

This is first and foremost a memory training course. You are learning to enhance your memory by creating complex passwords that are unique. I do not claim to be a security expert. 

Note: The Aronson system complements and does not replace the need for security. You must have protection against keyboard loggers. That means, as a bare minimum, installing a full premium suite of tools.  

How much time do you waste on passwords?
03:42

There is no such thing as 100% security. However, if your passwords are so hard to recall that you write them down, then this system is far safer.  If you use the same password across multiple sites, this system is more secure. Ultimately though, it's up to you. We make no guarantee that if you follow our system that you will never have your password stolen. 

Note: The Aronson system complements and does not replace the need for security. You must have protection against keyboard loggers. That means, as a bare minimum, installing a full premium suite of tools.  

DISCLAIMER: There are numerous factors that affect security, some of which are outside your control such as the security practices of the websites you visit. Keyboard loggers and phishing attacks can discover your passwords through the backdoor. A determined hacker with the right tools, partularly if they have targeted you, will probably be successful in cracking your password. If you use a typical 8 digit password right now and write them down, then this system is significantly better but it is not 100% secure. 

This is first and foremost a memory training course. You are learning to enhance your memory by creating complex passwords that are unique. I do not claim to be a security expert. 

Is your password secure?
03:08

In a dictionary attack, the hacker has a list of common passwords which they use. For example, the words password, qwerty and 123456 are some of the most common passwords used. Understand how dictionary attacks work and how to protect yourself.

Note: The Aronson system complements and does not replace the need for security. You must have protection against keyboard loggers. That means, as a bare minimum, installing a full premium suite of tools.  

DISCLAIMER: There are numerous factors that affect security, some of which are outside your control such as the security practices of the websites you visit. Keyboard loggers and phishing attacks can discover your passwords through the backdoor. A determined hacker with the right tools, partularly if they have targeted you, will probably be successful in cracking your password. If you use a typical 8 digit password right now and write them down, then this system is significantly better but it is not 100% secure. 

This is first and foremost a memory training course. You are learning to enhance your memory by creating complex passwords that are unique. I do not claim to be a security expert. 


What is a Dictionary Attack?
01:28

In a brute force attack, the hacker tries every possible combination, relying on their computing power and tools to try out thousands of combinations in a short time-frame. Understand how brute force attacks work and how to protect yourself.

DISCLAIMER: 

This is first and foremost a memory training course. You are learning to enhance your memory by creating complex passwords that are unique. I do not claim to be a security expert. 

There are numerous factors that affect security, some of which are outside your control such as the security practices of the websites you visit. Keyboard loggers and phishing attacks can discover your passwords through the backdoor. A determined hacker with the right tools, particularly if they have targeted you, will probably be successful in cracking your password. If you use a typical 6-8 alpha numeric password right now and write them down, then this system is significantly better but it is not 100% secure. 

Note: The Aronson system complements and does not replace the need for security. You must have protection against keyboard loggers and phishing attacks. That means, as a bare minimum, installing a full premium suite of security tools.  


What is a Brute Force Attack?
02:49

A password manager stores all your passwords and you access them with one master password. It is a convenient way to solve the problem but is it safe? 

DISCLAIMER: 

This is first and foremost a memory training course. You are learning to enhance your memory by creating complex passwords that are unique. I do not claim to be a security expert. 

There are numerous factors that affect security, some of which are outside your control such as the security practices of the websites you visit. Keyboard loggers and phishing attacks can discover your passwords through the backdoor. A determined hacker with the right tools, particularly if they have targeted you, will probably be successful in cracking your password. If you use a typical 6-8 alpha numeric password right now and write them down, then this system is significantly better but it is not 100% secure. 

Note: The Aronson system complements and does not replace the need for security. You must have protection against keyboard loggers and phishing attacks. That means, as a bare minimum, installing a full premium suite of security tools.  


Password Managers
03:31
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How to create a Password using the Aronson system
8 Lectures 25:06

In this lesson you will learn how to replace a fixed password with an algorithm, a password that is unique, secure and so memorable you won't need to write it down.

DISCLAIMER: 

This is first and foremost a memory training course. You are learning to enhance your memory by creating complex passwords that are unique. I do not claim to be a security expert. 

There are numerous factors that affect security, some of which are outside your control such as the security practices of the websites you visit. Keyboard loggers and phishing attacks can discover your passwords through the backdoor. A determined hacker with the right tools, particularly if they have targeted you, will probably be successful in cracking your password. If you use a typical 6-8 alpha numeric password right now and write them down, then this system is significantly better but it is not 100% secure. 

Note: The Aronson system complements and does not replace the need for security. You must have protection against keyboard loggers and phishing attacks. That means, as a bare minimum, installing a full premium suite of security tools.  


Password or Algorithm?
01:49

Your new password will have the same characters at the beginning of every password you generate. We call it a stub. In this lecture you will learn how to create your own stub that will frustrate dictionary and brute force attacks while satisfying even the most secure websites.

DISCLAIMER: 

This is first and foremost a memory training course. You are learning to enhance your memory by creating complex passwords that are unique. I do not claim to be a security expert. 

There are numerous factors that affect security, some of which are outside your control such as the security practices of the websites you visit. Keyboard loggers and phishing attacks can discover your passwords through the backdoor. A determined hacker with the right tools, particularly if they have targeted you, will probably be successful in cracking your password. If you use a typical 6-8 alpha numeric password right now and write them down, then this system is significantly better but it is not 100% secure. 

Note: The Aronson system complements and does not replace the need for security. You must have protection against keyboard loggers and phishing attacks. That means, as a bare minimum, installing a full premium suite of security tools.  


The Stub
03:02

The next part of the password we call the Middle Song. That's because it is not a password but the first characters of a phrase, poem or song. You can choose one or more songs.

DISCLAIMER: 

This is first and foremost a memory training course. You are learning to enhance your memory by creating complex passwords that are unique. I do not claim to be a security expert. 

There are numerous factors that affect security, some of which are outside your control such as the security practices of the websites you visit. Keyboard loggers and phishing attacks can discover your passwords through the backdoor. A determined hacker with the right tools, particularly if they have targeted you, will probably be successful in cracking your password. If you use a typical 6-8 alpha numeric password right now and write them down, then this system is significantly better but it is not 100% secure. 

Note: The Aronson system complements and does not replace the need for security. You must have protection against keyboard loggers and phishing attacks. That means, as a bare minimum, installing a full premium suite of security tools.  


The Middle Song
03:30

The last part of your standard password is unique to the website that you are logging in to. In this lecture, you will learn how to create that. It minimises the chances that if your password is stolen from a website that the hacker can then use it on another of your websites.

DISCLAIMER: 

This is first and foremost a memory training course. You are learning to enhance your memory by creating complex passwords that are unique. I do not claim to be a security expert. 

There are numerous factors that affect security, some of which are outside your control such as the security practices of the websites you visit. Keyboard loggers and phishing attacks can discover your passwords through the backdoor. A determined hacker with the right tools, particularly if they have targeted you, will probably be successful in cracking your password. If you use a typical 6-8 alpha numeric password right now and write them down, then this system is significantly better but it is not 100% secure. 

Note: The Aronson system complements and does not replace the need for security. You must have protection against keyboard loggers and phishing attacks. That means, as a bare minimum, installing a full premium suite of security tools.  

End
02:54

In this lesson, you can add classes of passwords. For example, you might have one class for low value websites (your local library) and anther for high value (your bank accounts). 

DISCLAIMER: 

This is first and foremost a memory training course. You are learning to enhance your memory by creating complex passwords that are unique. I do not claim to be a security expert. 

There are numerous factors that affect security, some of which are outside your control such as the security practices of the websites you visit. Keyboard loggers and phishing attacks can discover your passwords through the backdoor. A determined hacker with the right tools, particularly if they have targeted you, will probably be successful in cracking your password. If you use a typical 6-8 alpha numeric password right now and write them down, then this system is significantly better but it is not 100% secure. 

Note: The Aronson system complements and does not replace the need for security. You must have protection against keyboard loggers and phishing attacks. That means, as a bare minimum, installing a full premium suite of security tools.  


Extra Security for High Value Sites
03:12

Some websites force a regular password change. Fortunately, this is becoming less common.  In this lecture you will learn how you can still use your new standard password (with a slight variation).

DISCLAIMER: 

This is first and foremost a memory training course. You are learning to enhance your memory by creating complex passwords that are unique. I do not claim to be a security expert. 

There are numerous factors that affect security, some of which are outside your control such as the security practices of the websites you visit. Keyboard loggers and phishing attacks can discover your passwords through the backdoor. A determined hacker with the right tools, particularly if they have targeted you, will probably be successful in cracking your password. If you use a typical 6-8 alpha numeric password right now and write them down, then this system is significantly better but it is not 100% secure. 

Note: The Aronson system complements and does not replace the need for security. You must have protection against keyboard loggers and phishing attacks. That means, as a bare minimum, installing a full premium suite of security tools.  


Websites that force you password changes
02:25

OK, now it's time to bring it all together and create memorable, secure and unique passwords you don't have to write down.

DISCLAIMER: 

This is first and foremost a memory training course. You are learning to enhance your memory by creating complex passwords that are unique. I do not claim to be a security expert. 

There are numerous factors that affect security, some of which are outside your control such as the security practices of the websites you visit. Keyboard loggers and phishing attacks can discover your passwords through the backdoor. A determined hacker with the right tools, particularly if they have targeted you, will probably be successful in cracking your password. If you use a typical 6-8 alpha numeric password right now and write them down, then this system is significantly better but it is not 100% secure. 

Note: The Aronson system complements and does not replace the need for security. You must have protection against keyboard loggers and phishing attacks. That means, as a bare minimum, installing a full premium suite of security tools.  


Summary and next steps
07:38

Test your knowledge of how to create an algorithm
8 questions

I hope you have enjoyed this course.  Want to take the next step?  Pop on over to:

http://bit.ly/memoryude

where you can take a complete memory training course for free.  Learn how to recall names, numbers, lists, where you left your keys and how to give a speech without notes.  There is also free weekly live coaching to help you the most from the course and meet other memory masters.  

Bonus Lecture - Double your Memory in Six Weeks FREE
00:36
About the Instructor
Bill Aronson
4.4 Average rating
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Simplify

Bill Aronson is a memory coach who supports thought leaders simplify. He has helped hundreds of people of all ages to improve their memory. Recently, in front of an invited audience, Bill recalled a string of 240 binary numbers in under 240 seconds and in 2015 recalled Pi to 304 decimal places. He does this mental acrobatics to demonstrate that anyone can increase their memory.

Bill says, “If I can do it, so can you. I have an ordinary memory, but an extraordinary process that I want to share with you.” Bill is known as a thought leader gently challenging and always on the cutting edge. Everything that he does has the context of creating transformation.  He is a member of MENSA, has an IQ of 178, a disability that he has finally come to accept.

Bill has practiced mindfulness for over forty years. He has been poisoned, almost blown up in Northern Ireland, India (twice), and Israel and is pleasantly surprised that he is still alive. Most mornings he awakens with the thought "what can possibly go right?"

Bill is a former director of the Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (Australia), which he helped turn around from an embarrassing $800K loss to break-even in eighteen months. He has also served on the board of the International Coach Federation of Australasia, is an ICF certified coach and an active member of Rotary whose motto is service above self.

Bill divides his time between Hobart, Tasmania, and London, UK. To date, he has written nine books on business transformation including Turning up for Life (Lulu 2011) and The Lost Art of How to Find Things (2016).

Tom Cassidy
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Comprehensivist, Education Reformer

Tom Cassidy - Comprehensivist, Education Reformer, Reasonable Polymath, using continuous development frameworks to help people improve all areas of their lives: self-worth, self-belief, goal-achieving, feeling good, achieving sustainable health and deeply fulfilling relationships.

My mantra is: 'Feel Good. Do Stuff.'

Life's not about meditating on the top of a mountain in Nepal, feeling great, achieving enlightenment for yourself...

And it's definitely not about going through life doing things, without having awareness, being busy, achieving a lot but not being mindful of the bigger picture.

It's about both.

Feel good. Do Stuff.

Feel great about yourself, about life, the universe and everything, but do loads of things as well. Have a family, run a business, learn Italian, travel the world, change the world - Do Stuff.

I mean, why not?

I've spent the last 25+ years combining the wisdom of hundreds of years of the study of global philosophies, human effectiveness, modern findings of behavioural science, recent breakthroughs in the understanding of brain physiology and even the results of quantum mechanics into practical, continuous development frameworks for getting things done.

Systems based on practical algorithms of thought and of operation. Algorithms that are easy enough for most people to do just as they are, without having to change any aspect of their life. 'Reasonable Algorithms for Reasonable People.'

In my experience, the most effective continuous development frameworks are those which have duration, cadence and autonomy:

Autonomy - The framework is customisable, adaptable for every participant.

Cadence - The framework has a natural rhythm to it, a cyclic frequency.

Duration - The framework is designed for longitudinal impact and long term growth.

And this framework that I have put together appears to be very robust in its ability to get results, mostly because it requires a very small amount of willpower to make it work. People can stick to it quite effectively.

You still need to do the work. But the willpower you need to get the results is almost certainly the lowest you've ever used for achieving anything in your life, ever.

Please feel free to connect with me however best suits you. I'm always open to exploring ideas either virtually or in person.

All the best

Tom

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