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'perfect password' article from the Washington Post

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#1 xoxx


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Posted 18 February 2016 - 10:46 AM

This solution is brilliant for those who need to remember a unique un-crackable password. There's a link in the article to generate your own. 




"These passwords might seem a little odd, but they're actually very, very secure. At current speeds, Knight estimates that cracking these passwords would take around 5 million years. By which point, we probably won't be using Facebook anymore."

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