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I want to start using a Keepass master password that I can easily remember. 

Let's take this sentence: "I really hate blue mountains". Let'sI really hate blue mountains, and let's make it one password: "ireallyhatebluemountains"ireallyhatebluemountains.

Is this strong enough as a Keepass master password? 

I hear that we should always include capitals, digits and special characters but if this really a requirement?

I want to start using a Keepass master password that I can easily remember. Let's take this sentence: "I really hate blue mountains". Let's make it one password: "ireallyhatebluemountains".

Is this strong enough as a Keepass master password? I hear that we should always include capitals, digits and special characters but if this really a requirement?

I want to start using a Keepass master password that I can easily remember. 

Let's take this sentence: I really hate blue mountains, and let's make it one password: ireallyhatebluemountains.

Is this strong enough as a Keepass master password? 

I hear that we should always include capitals, digits and special characters but if this really a requirement?

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Recommended level of password complexity for Keepass

I want to start using a Keepass master password that I can easily remember. Let's take this sentence: "I really hate blue mountains". Let's make it one password: "ireallyhatebluemountains".

Is this strong enough as a Keepass master password? I hear that we should always include capitals, digits and special characters but if this really a requirement?