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[Discuss] deadmanish login?
- Subject: [Discuss] deadmanish login?
- From: kentborg at borg.org (Kent Borg)
- Date: Thu, 2 Feb 2017 19:19:30 -0500
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These passwords can be entertaining, and it is tempting to run the procedure more than once and pick an attractive output. Ah, beware: If you sort for passwords that are attractive you reduce the entropy: a cracker can maybe anticipate and so search "attractive" passwords first. A little frustrating, some passwords I use frequently are cumbersome, not sexy like "premium-student-viking". The upside? Maybe I get an entropy credit for not being catchy. -kb On 02/02/2017 06:53 PM, Eric Chadbourne wrote: > > 04-premium-student-viking! > > -kb > > > For amusement a while ago I was building dictionaries and playing with > wifi cracking. Novice level. > > I'll whip up a script that has to be killed after login. Kind of fun > special sauce on my server. Thanks for the great info. > > - Eric > My neighbors wifi pass was their phone number.