What is with the absurd password restrictions enforced when creating ones sprint.com account? It requires ONE and will ONLY allow one uppercase symbol, and ONE and ONLY one numeral. Are you trying to make the passwords LESS secure by limiting the number of digits one may use in the password?
That may be correct, but it also will ONLY allow ONE number to be in the password. Furthermore, what advantage is there in RESTRICTING what characters one may use? If I wish to use an apostrophe or an ampersand, why not let me?
Where does it say that you can only use 1 number in your password for your sprint account?Because mysprint password Contains more then 1 number.
Well, for example because of these restrictions I attempted to use (not actually, but same format) the password "Zoinks666" and was told "Please pick a different password. For security reasons, your password should be 6-33 characters and not match your username." but if I shortened it to "Zoinks6" it accepted it fine.
I tried to set my password to Zoinks666 and I got the same message. It wouldn't let me do it. I don't know why that password is off limits...I do apologize for the inconvenience. I don't believe this is evidence of some kind of fundamental security flaw with this website. If you have any more issues please bring them to the attention of any Sprint agent or an admin and we'll be happy to try our best to get it fixed.
The problem is that if you have more than 2 consecutive numbers, or letters the password is considered unacceptable because it is too weak.this rule applies to any acceptable characters for passwords at sprint.com whether they are letters, numbers, or symbols.
Here are few of my old passwords that i used for mysprint account.
I use roboform to Manage all my passwords and also to Generate any new passwords.These are only my old passwords that you see up there.