I was reading the following Blog post: http://blog.agilebits.com/2011/06/21/toward-better-master-passwords/
I then read about Diceware and the "recommendation" to use real words in a password.
I always thought using passwords with real words was bad. Because password crackers use lists of words to guess the right password.
Using passwords with not existing words and some digits are much harder to crack, because the word lists do not have those non existing words right?
Can someone explain why using a password like "cleft 2dM&P cam synod lacy" is safer then "lyq 2dM&P kex ixufd mezr"? Because that password is also something you could remember after some practice.