How does 1Password define a fantastic password?
One small problem I have with 1Password is that it seems to have a rigid definition of what a fantastic password is. Its own generated passwords frequently rely on certain symbols, and if you change just one of those symbols, the password goes from fantastic to very good. Meanwhile, a 20+ character password generated by a different app, with a good mix of letters, numbers, and symbols, can be either very good or even just fair. That seems a bit strange to me. Does anyone have any insight?
1Password Version: 8.10.9
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OS Version: Windows 10
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