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Hahahahaha, 22twain nailed it.
In the business world, everyone is paid in two coins: cash and experience. Take the experience first; the cash will come later.
"How to protect yourself" session is given with perfect info here, thanks! appreciated stuff..
If you consider a brute force search of all unicode characters on a 8 character string, then both abcdefgh and Abcdefgh will take well over 9 trillion millenniums to crack on a 2013 i7 CPU (aka your never going to crack either). I can promise you though that no decent programmer wouldn't consider all possible passwords including numbers and letters only first (which is exactly 2.18340105584896 ﾃ-- 10^14 possible passwords), and this means even AbCdEfGh could be hacked in under 30 seconds on a 2013 i7 CPU. Moral of the story, a long string is your only protection (and don't let the string be anything of significance, and replacing letters with numbers i.e. p4ssword, does absolutely no good to protect your password).
Infographic: What data do the top social media sites track?
How do you protect yourself?
- Step 1: Delete Facebook page
- Step 2: Enjoy 7000% increase in anonymity
this domain is tracking you i have anti tracker software an it went off on this site. irony
I doubt it takes that long to brute force a password with 1 capital letter considering the processing speed of GPU's these days. I mean White pixel can brute force 33 billion md5 hash passwords a second. I don't see how 200 years is logical here.
good info graph only the time to brute force crack an 8 character password with all lower case is about 2 days. adding a capital and a special character increases that to about 2.1 centuries. That being said brute force attacks are rarely successful on passwords over 9 characters.
Seems like this is what a really good infographics is.. Well, anyway there's no safe place around now. All you have to do is avoid sharing too much info about yourself.
I find it rather convenient when I'm advertised to what I want as opposed to advertisements I wouldn't care for.
Looks like I have to stop using the internet now.