How Safe Are Your Passwords?

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by Barbara J. Feldman on April 14, 2010

“If you invited me to try and crack your password, how many guesses would it take before I got it?”, asks blogger and Internet standards expert John Pozadzides. The top ten list of common passwords includes your city, college, football team, your birthday, your partner’s name, or your pet’s name, perhaps followed by a zero or one. Learn how to choose better passwords by avoiding these common traps. Read more at Lifehacker.


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