Yes, Master Strange, I agree that the summoning word for the Horde of Shuma Gorath is a secure password since you are the only living being in the multiverse that knows it. My point is that the rest of our universe is less secure every time you type it.
I actually use this (not with Dr. Strange) as a plot seed for an occult horror RPG adventure. The adventurers destroyed hard drives, computers, the University data center, and an Internet service provider site before they figured out the NPC they were trying to help was using a summoning charm as a password.
So, Miss Clea, do you recall which of your relative's sigils you put in your screensaver folder? Once we get the list, we can start working through the random sequences and try to reverse the spell …
Master Wong? It seems you were bitten by Dracula in the 70's* … we think that is why you can't take a selfie with your new phone.
* – I have this comic and read it recently.
Baron Mordo, we have checked your voicemail setup twelve times and searched the entire terabyte hard drive for the storage system. Are you sure those messages aren't coming from somewhere else?
Madam Harkness, have you tried turning off and turning back on again?
Agatha Harkness, ancient witch, has dies a couple of times (at least) in the comics.
Yes, Count Carezzi, we have pretty good spam filters. Regardless, if it is from Nightmare, I recommend deleting it without opening.
Yes, we can reset it … again. May I suggest not using bits of the Spell of Hoggoth* in your password this time?
* Used to wipe memories.
No, Great Agamoto, we have not placed bandwidth restrictions on your guest account. Apparently, the Realm of the Vishanti has a lot better connection than we have …