Passwords Aren't Dead — You're Just Using Them Wrong

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PeterKendrick

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I have been reading about Tom's news article:
https://www.tomsguide.com/us/password-advice-wrong,news-25617.html

Where it was suggested, "We recommend using at least 15 characters in your passwords, as stronger computers can crack shorter passcodes quickly, as well as using upper-case and lower-case letters, special characters and numbers. Don't use the same password in two places (especially with the same user name or email address) and store them all in a password manager."


I would recommend everyone to follow DICE technique for setting up a strong password.
https://archive.org/embed/how-to-make-a-super-secure-password?autoplay=1
 
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