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What Really Makes a Password Strong?

by Ian Dunn

Bob Yexley turned me on to passphrases a few years ago when he linked to what became a seminal article on the topic by Robert Hensing. The argument is that passphrases (e.g., the future is unwritten) are both more secure and easier to remember than what are traditionally considered strong passwords (e.g., m?6t2E#A). The main source of their strength is that they’re much longer than… [more]

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