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In March, readers followed along as Nate Anderson, Ars deputy editor and a self-admitted newbie to password cracking, downloaded a list of more than 16,000 cryptographically hashed passcodes. Within a few hours, he deciphered almost half of them. The moral of the story: if a reporter with zero training in the ancient art of password cracking can achieve such results, imagine what more seasoned attackers can do.Cracking Tough Passwords Appears Just Too Easy [arstechnica.com]
Glad you told us that.."the children were startled"..:)..do you have an ebook ? ..
C'mon, give us a hint. Did the moderators disagree so vigorously that it was promptly deleted'Tis here ..just a short step through the wood to to the pool..
or do you have multiple windows open concurrently again?
It's great to have hashes, yet if you get locked out after 3-5 incorrect password attempts; it kind of defeats the whole 'the sky is falling'.