There may be more to security than password length, or even its complexity.
jeandavid8 at verizon.net
Thu May 24 02:48:10 CEST 2012
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I like that. It may be my passphrase is too long. I want it easier for
the black hats to crack my stuff than for them to torture my passphrase
out of me.
I recently tested a (retired) password to my computer out on a couple of
web sites that told my how hard it would be to crack it. One of them
said more than 10 million years. I guess that one is good enough, though
my current ones have two more characters. Maybe I should shorten them.
.~. Jean-David Beyer Registered Linux User 85642.
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