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7-28-2010 @ 1:32PM
I'm pretty sure that is why the author said not to use that password. He used Pa5ssw0rd as an example only. I prefer to use something like $up3rc@l1fr@g1l1$t1c3p@1d0c1u$. That is pretty secure.Although a computer forensics class I took said a long password with out special charachters is in fact as secure or more secure than an wonky password. The instructor stated the password "dogfrogdogfrogdogfrog" would take months to bruteforce, and anybody could remember that.
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