The focus of this method is convenience, not security, and it's primarily intended for the massive bulk of inconsequential websites that require account creation for access to content, subscriptions, and services. You’ll notice with this method that while all of your passwords are unique, they are all inherently linked together. You’ll therefore want to keep them especially private, and give special consideration if applying it to your email, banking and other websites that contain sensitive information.  Socialmedia may also fall under this category if you’re an entrepreneur or public figure.

  • BEFORE you begin creating your own Dana Key, read this article: Tips for a lifetime of success using The Dana Key.  It will teach you how to use this method as safely as possible, as well as how to adjust your Dana Key to respond to inevitable variables.

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On March 11, 2018, I listened to Michael Enright, the host of one of my favourite CBC Radio shows "The Sunday Edition", read his essay about his painful experiences with the multitude of online passwords in his life.  I knew instantly that I had to write in and let him know I had the answer he was searching for.  I told Michael I was going to change his life and I wouldn’t put myself out there like that if I didn’t believe I could.

With my method, you can create a different password for every website you ever go to, and you’ll always know what the password is without having to memorize it or write it down! The only thing you do have to memorize is one simple “Master Password”, and a personalized “Password Sequence”.

Read this article BEFORE you start creating your own Dana Key and subsequently updating your passwords. This article will teach you:

  • How to use The Dana Key as safely as possible.
  • How to make your Dana Key more complex.
  • How to respond to inevitable hiccups and URL variables.

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How the Dana Key came to be.

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Please read this important message before using The Dana Key.

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Tips for a Lifetime of Success using your Dana Key.

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