Well, not exactly.
A site at mostsecure.pw has posted “The worlds most secure password for websites, games and private data. Researched and developed by leading encryption specialists in Europe”. I’m not going to copy it over here, but this string boasts:
- Upper- and Lowercase Characters
- Ambiguous Characters
- 20 unique Characters
Downside: Once word gets around that this password is Secure AF, the bad guys will promptly add it to their brute-force cracking schemes, and you’re worse off than when you began.
Of course, this whole effort is bogus, but the password offered does have one legitimate advantage: it’s a hell of a lot better than what you’re probably using now, especially if what you’re using is something like “123456.”