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Maris61* is a really good password.

by RedStickWriter on July 2, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


It has both upper and lower case letters, numbers, and a symbol. That combination makes it a strong password. It also affords the opportunity to make a statement about the wrongness of putting that asterisk behind Roger's home run record and leaving it there until after the man died. The primary weakness is that, as long as you are using the password, you can only make that statement to yourself. Well, I used this password long ago. Since it is no longer of password value to me, I'm now making the statement publicly. Don't use this as your password now. Everyone now knows it.

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