that might be why I can't get a job right now
employers keep finding me here
it all makes sense now
52 seconds for my password.
Mine's just a year, although I don't know why anyone would want my computer. All they're gonna find is blood-covered vampires. :I
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that is the length it takes.
My password for this site would take 0.077228944 seconds to crack. Please don't hack me.
Good thing that passwords I use for things that actually matter would take 50+ years, though.
You mean that your account on this site isn't your most important account?! What are you, older than twelve, or something?!
Also, I kinda vaguely remember when it was very easy to get a high security password with a jumble of numbers and one letter and a max length of 6. Now you need at least 32 characters, capital and lowercase letters, one Cyrillic letter, and three mathematical symbols that you can only find via the character map. You know, I think that, after a point, it's not going to help; someone who's guessing by hand will get bored just as fast, and a machine/program will guess it just as easily. The only real difference is if someone is looking over your shoulder very obviously and writing down what you write. Which, does anyone even do that?
Last edited by The Admiral; 27th March 2013 at 9:07 PM.
Speaking of all that stuff you said, though, I remember an xkcd strip that pointed out that a password like one you described would be hard to remember, but not that difficult for a computer to guess, while stringing together four easy-to-remember words would be easy for a person to remember, but hard for a computer to guess. IT'S ALL BACKWARDS, MAN.
My college used a compulsory password system where you have to change your password every 24 days to something you have never used as a password. In fear of forgetting what my password was, I ended up cycling through things like aaabbbccc and 1234567 as passwords. It's a great security measure and I'm sure everyone else there did exactly the same thing as me
From what I was taught, using sentences are usually the most secure types of passwords. Especially if they contain Upper/lower case, numbers and symbols.
Before that Millsberry site closed down, my password was: "I walk my dog @ 8 every night."
According to that site, it would take 21 quattuordecillion years for a pc to crack that.
It sounds like I must be doing my new non-secure passwords right then. I would have figured that sentences are easy to crack.
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