I'm Mira Modi. I'm a ninth grader in New York City, and I sell strong, secure passwords. It sounds a little crazy to buy a password. But using a terrible password, such as 12345 or password, is even crazier. I use a proven methodology called Diceware to build long, strong, memorable passwords using strings of words from the dictionary. I roll dice to ensure that the words I pick from the dictionary are randomly chosen. You can read more about my business in ArsTechnica, The New York Daily News and many other media outlets.