Hey, it's the first explanation I've seen for it anywhere. I guess it makes sense, although you're right, it's not a complex password, or even a good password. But I could find plenty of obscure enough songs to use to create a decent password.
But I use a method to create complex passwords even easier: I just use any 5 to 8 characters off the Microsoft COA (Certficate of Authority) labels on PCs installed with Microsoft OSes, Microsoft software, etc. Microsoft has a server in Redmond that does nothing but crank out those 25 character Product Keys, 24/7. Any of these, taken in any order, makes for an excellent password.
You're new here, right? Welcome. Hope you have a good time here.
BTW, on the EC-Council CEH syllabus, "Mary Had A Little Lamb Formula" is technically listed as a "Hacking Tool", at least it looks like to me.
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