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Somebody point out what I am missing, please.
After you’ve generated your passphrase, the next step is to commit it to memory.You should write your new passphrase down on a piece of paper and carry it with you for as long as you need. Each time you need to type it, try typing it from memory first, but look at the paper if you need to. Assuming you type it a couple times a day, it shouldn’t take more than two or three days before you no longer need the paper, at which point you should destroy it. "Simple, random passphrases, in other words, are just as good at protecting the next whistleblowing spy as they are at securing your laptop," concludes Lee. "It’s a shame that we live in a world where ordinary citizens need that level of protection, but as long as we do, the Diceware system makes it possible to get CIA-level protection without going through black ops training""
Mod points +11, -12.
So I lose but also had the opportunity to collect +11 mod points. I'm not sure how that affects my karma, but since I've had excellent karma since before most of you started shaving your pubes and hanging around bus station toilets, I'm pretty sure I'm gold.
but I don't think so
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The question: What is the best videoconferencing solution for elders you've come across so far?"