There comes a point, at least for me, where security seems more of a hassle than its worth. A perfect example is the TSA. Conceptually, the TSA is a good idea but it's one of the most poorly executed attempts at something positive I've ever seen; a definite government failure. It's rare that I fly more than once or twice in a year so as much of a pain in the ass the TSA is and as much as I hate them, they aren't all that much of an interference in my life.
I do spend a lot of time on the Internets and have many places where I must log on using a password and this, yes this is where I am at wits end! Every f#*$ing site has a different password with different rules and different methods of retrieving or resetting your password should you forget it.
"Sorry, your password does not meet the criteria for a STRONG password. Please be sure there is at least one upper case character, one lower case character, one special character, an underscore, and of course, a number."
"Sorry, / is and invalid special character, please try again."
"Sorry, there should be no more than four consecutive characters of the same case, please try again."
"Sorry, you've used that password before. Passwords used in the last 36 months are ineligible, please try again.
Please enter your password again for verification.
Thanks, your password has been changed and the feeling is mutual you miserable mother fucker!