Invariably, if I don’t log on to an email account or any website that I follow for what seems a long gap, the next time I log on, undoubtedly it results in creating a new password. Not that it’s such a humungus task. But, what follows makes it so. A change in password of one site will result in the change in password for all the others, the password law of motion. This is because the new password by default replaces the old password even in your brain, leaving no trace of the old one unless and until you have it saved elsewhere, and in my case, when the loss of password happens, the ‘elsewhere’ also gets lost with it.
Hope I’m not the only one suffering from the ‘password law of motion’