... I'll have to come up with a new password.

A word can be treated as a base 36 number,

a nine character base 36 number converted to base 24 gives a '

medium' secure password ...

i.e. you don't have to remember the password is 87ELCNG74 just BOLLOCKS in base 24 *.

NB: most of these on-line base converters cannot cope with more than 10 characters in base 36,

the conversion can be incorrect with 11+ characters but there is no error warning, (check the conversion is reversible).

* If you want to make this even more secure add a few letters from the range "O-Z" thus concealing the fact it is derived from a base 24 number. Even better add non-alphanumeric characters too, e.g. £,$,%, if permitted.