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Jan. 11, 2022, 10:29 p.m. | /u/llamadmeclaudia

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I’ve always used what I thought was strong ones but the other day I stumbled upon a website that said that using a password like with four random words separated with spaces (ie: sunny rainbow batch riley) is the most secure password someone can have.

Really? Even more secure than 64 random letters/numbers/symbols?

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