Recently, I was wanting to make better passwords, and I happened upon the Diceware method. For those unfamiliar with the method, what you do is roll some dice, and the dice rolls correspond to different words, numbers, and symbols from a list. An example might be: “super low chard oy boom hast.” They look similar to bitcoin seed phrases, oddly enough.
What I’d like to know is if the community thinks this is a good password method. I also use BitWarden and KeePassXC to store them, but I find this method helpful in general because it takes the human equation out of it (plus it’s done offline). Even if an attacker knows that you use Diceware, it would still take a lot of tries for them to find your exact passphrase (or so I would think).
EDIT: The only difficulty I’ve had with this method (at times) is remembering the passphrases, especially if they’re long! I theoretically tested some of these on a “strength checker” (I know they aren’t always accurate, yes) and most said “Very strong” or “overkill.”