Passwords are such a pain, but sadly they are essential to have in today's digital world. And not only that, you need a strong password to keep your important accounts safe. Special characters, numbers, both upper and lowercase letters ... you know the drill.
But creating and remembering a strong password that will keep out hackers can be a big to-do. That's why 11-year-old Mira Modi created her small online business, DiceWare.
For $2 apiece, Modi will generate a strong and secure password, unique to you. But she's not using any old password generator or simply coming up with passwords on the spot. She creates them by an old method - a six sided dice.
She simply rolls the special dice five times and corresponds the number on the dice to a letter or word to create your password. She does this until you get a six word phrase that makes no sense, but will be somewhat easy to remember. An example used on her website is "Alger klm curry blond puck horse."
Better yet, Modi knows that passwords managers can be hacked. That's why she will send you your password via snail mail and won't store it online anywhere. This means there's no way your password could be compromised or stolen.
Also, her website points out, if you're scared of the NSA, the government can't open U.S. Postal Mail unless they have a search warrant.
Want to know more? Click here to see Modi's interview with the New York Times.
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