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  1. I plan to add future posts to this as I come across anything worthwhile. As computers grow faster the ability to crack passwords improves. If you are still using 8 character passwords, it can be cracked in minutes. Add to that the eventual use of quantum computers by governments and one day maybe all of us... ANY password will be cracked in minutes. A computer can compare pre-listed common hashes at about 350 Billion a second. Also stay away from dictionary words. There are two primary attack types: Brute force: The attacker will just run his computer through combinations (a, ab, ab
  2. Twitter: We Goofed; Change Your Password Now https://www.databreachtoday.com/twitter-we-goofed-change-your-password-now-a-10972
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