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- William Unruh
April 26, 2014, 3:54 am
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Actually that is a pretty tough password to crack. Probably much harder than an 8
random character password. See the XKCD comic on passwords. Length helps
a lot. Your password is 23 characters, and at 2 bits per character, that
is about 50 bits. YOur others a about 6 bits per character are again
about the same strength.
And on the next site you could use
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Which files do you mean on Unix? Even the shadow file is pretty useless
( the passwords are hashed). I guess you could subvert the login
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