There are a lot of misconceptions about passwords and what makes a good password such as complexity, length, special characters etc.
I've learned a lot in the forums and have another question.
Is changing your passwords regularly another good practice for security or another myth?
Should I be changing them regularly even if they're already randomly-generated and are very strong or not? If not, then why is there a 3 month, 6 month, etc field on the security audit section. It gives me the impression that I should be changing them every 3 months or so.
Should these practices be applied to changing my master password and secret key as well?
Bonus question: Would a 70 bit password generated by your word generator and a 70 bit character generated (random gibberish) be equally secure in terms of safety? Both are the exact same entropy but I always feel insecure because it's real words, I don't know maybe it's just me. I always thought a dictionary attack could get it or something. For my apple password I really would prefer a word-based one as I have to type it sometime regularly and even though it's maxed out on the green bar I'm wary of its strength vs a character-based password of the same strength.
1Password Version: iOS - 6.9/macOS - 6.8.2
Extension Version: 4.6.11
OS Version: iOS 11/macOS 10.12.6
Sync Type: 1Password