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Comment: Prepare to restore from backup often (Score 1) 178

by tepples (#49350077) Attached to: Generate Memorizable Passphrases That Even the NSA Can't Guess

someone who physically possesses the token has three guesses of my unlocking passphrase before the token locks itself forever and zeroes out the stored keyfile

If fat-fingering your passphrase thrice will make your data permanently inaccessible, then you better have damn good backups and a damn good data plan with which to restore them when and where you need your data.

Comment: Re:Why? Because... (Score 1) 485

Comcast does indeed have competitors

Whose offerings are cost prohibitive. AT&T and Verizon are wireless ISPs, and wireless ISPs in the United States charge $5 per GB or more.

You elected the lawmakers.

Someone who just turned 18 didn't. Someone who voted for a candidate that lost didn't.

Don't be irreplaceable, if you can't be replaced, you can't be promoted.