I'm not entirely sure why this is creepy AF, but it definitely is.


625 billion reasons why you shouldn't use a sentence from a book as a passphrase

TL;DR: The total number of sentences written is smaller than you think, single-digit seconds of 7 year old consumer-grade brute-forcing search. Use unique long random strings (or words) and a password manager. Demand better authenticiation technology.


#passwords #security #passwordsAreBroken #books #reddit

Senior Tory rebels ready to back move against no-deal Brexit - theguardian.com/politics/2019/ "Corbyn said he was confident there was enough time in parliament to introduce legislation."

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