I followed a link in an article about the hacking of the Vtech website and read this: http://www.troyhunt.com/2015/11/when-children-are-breached-inside.html To get you up to speed, Vtech is a company that makes childrens' toys which connect to the Internet and do something pretty pointless, however to be able to work them, requires the input of sensitive data and when used, the toys capture images of the kids. The Troy Hunt piece rants a bit about how inept the Vtech security is, but it also indicates how inept most people are with the passwords people use. He suggests that once a hacker has access to a users credentials, their email address, postal address, name and so on, it's a relatively simple matter to find out all the accounts the email address is used for and the high probability that the same password is being used on all or most of them. Have you given it a thought that if you have passwords based around your pets' names, for example, and posted the names of your pets on Facebook, there's a fair likelihood a determined hacker who had enough details about your identity to be able to steal it? How many different passwords do we need, and how can anyone remember them all if we use unique passwords for every account we have? Is it not time that a better system was devised?