I promise I'm not logging them, but you can't prove that. This is meant as an exercise to show you weak or strong your intuition may be when creating passwords.

Below is a password meter that tests entropy using zxcvbn by Dropbox. It tests for dictionary words, leet-speak, recognizable patterns, and other heuristics to give an educated guess at what the entropy could be.

If you are pasting passwords from the generator, you will notice disagreements. This tester is a *blind entropy* guess. It doesn't know the set of elements your password is from, nor does it know if a random function was used. So, the guess may be higher or lower than what you know it to be.

Can you raise the needle above 55-bits of entropy? Can you reach the safety of 70-bits?