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Four password lockers that can help you keep your Web logins secure

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 81.38.32.25] on October 28, 2008 05:22 PM
> Sometimes you'll have two sites with conflicting password requirements, but in my
> experience, a random-looking, 8-character password with a number and a symbol in it works
> for most sites.
Mmm... maybe you don't know but if you are registered in two different websites, but being owned by the same one... he's going to find similarities between
qzywue1)
qxywue1)
that you have submitted to him. And for gmail, yahoo, just keep trying. Am I wrong or right?

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