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Comment Re:paper in your wallet (Score 2, Insightful) 1007

I would advise against your method, because you just reduced the search space for anyone wanting to get in from millions of possibilities to just 160 different passwords. Having a list with your actual password on it makes it pretty easy to brute-force.

Same goes with an earlier suggestion of having your passwords on a slip of paper in your wallet but not indicate which passwords are for what. Very easy to brute force.


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I have a 4 GMail invites left... if you want them, reply to this thread with your first name, last name, and email address (what Google wants for invites). And I'll send any more I get to other people that reply to this thread.

Comment NY Times again. (Score 1) 309

The New York Times (registration, yeah, yeah, yeah)

And this is Slashdot, where people don't like anti-privacy things such as having to log in. Not even the editors.

Gotta love the hypocrisy around here.

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