Its making the tours but its just so much fun to get a raw password file. With the recent password compromise from LinkedIn, you can readily find a copy of the raw file posted online and check if your password is in there. And there's a site if you want to just punch in guesses:
Its pretty fun ;)
Nothing else to say here, really. I've posted about storing passwords. Use a password manager, generate a random password for each site, and make a large haystack from a short password by using arbitrary but simple patterns to extend the length of a complex password.
"lollerskates" is in that cracked file :P
Friday, 8 June 2012
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