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+Lin Ward I thought you'd enjoy this read.
Lessons learned from cracking 2 million LinkedIn passwords. You need to use a strong random password generator that is known to be actually random.
Like everyone this week, I learned about a huge file of password hashes that had been leaked by hackers. The 120MB zip file contained 6458020 SHA-1 hashes of passwords for end-user accounts. At first,...
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I read this one the other day. I have seen a ton of sites where you
can enter your old LinkedIn password and they will tell you if it has
been cracked yet. I think I will pass...
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