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Comment: Re:Keep It Simple (Score 1) 191

by DocSavage64109 (#47993629) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: How To Keep Students' Passwords Secure?
From what I've read, writing your passwords down *in a slightly changed form* and then keeping the list relatively secure like in your wallet, is actually best practice. It's impossible for an online attacker to get to, and even if someone does steal your written list, it is unusable to him assuming your alterations are decent.

Comment: Re:99% of the attacks are script kiddie dictionary (Score 1) 191

by DocSavage64109 (#47993511) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: How To Keep Students' Passwords Secure?
Dictionary attacks are not the only attack vector now days. With all of the account server break-ins lately, a very big problem is people re-using the same password and login (often an email address) on different websites. So if your account to gets compromised and you used the same account info as your email or bank, then those too are compromised. This has been a big problem with online gaming for years.

Comment: Re:Sex robots (Score 1) 139

by DocSavage64109 (#47980371) Attached to: Sci-fi Predictions, True and False (Video 1)
You say that having sex with any woman that is infertile if even through no fault of their own from any number of reasons including but not limited to cancer, age, injury, genetics, etc is "no better than doing it with a pillow", and then procede to say "please, don't hate"? LOL. Also, people like you are the reason there are so many single mothers out there. Congrats.

Comment: Re:For the sake of perspective...... (Score 1) 350

Optimal income levels? You wouldn't believe how bad some of the neighborhoods are in Kansas City that Google Fiber is providing service to.

For instance, I have friends in zip code 64128 with Google Fiber. Check out how the median price of homes for that area is $15,500 on Zillow.

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