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Multi-word passphrases not all that secure, says Cambridge University

Posted March 19, 2012 Think a passphrase of multiple, random dictionary words is as unguessable as long strings of gibberish, but easier to remember? Not necessarily, according to a recent study. Read the story on Naked Security.

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Researchers find many weak Stratfor passwords

Posted January 4, 2012 A professor at Utah Valley University analyzed the leaked password hashes stolen by Anonymous from security firm Stratfor and determined even their security-minded customers choose weak passwords. Here’s the story on Naked Security.

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