Password policy that tires

From Pearson VUE:

And they say in their help:

In our ongoing effort to secure the privacy of your personal information, Pearson VUE now requires all users to supply a strong password. Choose your new password carefully to make it hard for anyone to guess. Strong passwords must adhere to the following rules:

  • It must be a minimum of 7 characters and contain 3 out of the 4 following attributes:
    • Uppercase Latin letters (A, B, C, … Z)
    • Lowercase Latin letters (a, b, c, … z)
    • Westernized Arabic numerals (0, 1, 2, … 9)
    • Special characters (&, *, %, etc.)
  • Passwords cannot contain your username

These are policies good to have but there’s too much words to go through to understand the policy.

But wait, there’s more:

This is a huge challenge for the ever-changing self. I don’t remember much of my childhood and now the form is making me sad.

Out of all the questions I can only answer the first company I worked for. This is too hard!

Just got Fitbit

I just got Fitbit.

Got it fulfilled through Amazon from US. Fitbit is manufactured in Singapore but I cannot get it here.

Will update more on how it works after a week of usage. It’s pretty cool so far.

Above is a screenshot of what I did today. It’s not very accurate on the steps part though. I don’t think I ran that much steps today. It’s an extremely simple to use device and is compatible with Windows and the Mac.

So this is Chrome OS

I saw the Install Chrome OS option on Parallels and thought I’ll just install and try it. There’s nothing much to do there actually. Most of Google custom domain apps aren’t working with Chrome OS. It requires you to be on the Google-owned domain.

Chrome OS screenshot

Here are some of the apps. If you click on the chess icon, it launches an Adobe Flash made chess game online. Those apps are just bookmarks to the online websites.

What is Sentinel System Driver Installer?

Saw this in my control panel’s Uninstall a Program. What exactly does this tool and what installed this program? Is it some Adobe related tool?

Sentinel system driver installer in Uninstall a Program.

I feel like uninstalling it yet I don’t know if there are dependencies that may rely on this tool. It gives a link to SafeNet Inc which deals with DRM things, I think.