LinkedIn's user database has been breached. The passwords were hashed with
SHA1, but salt was not used. 6 million of them have been published to the
internet. You can download them via torrent or via HTTP from defuse.ca's
mirror. 3.5 million of them have had their ...
We know that it's possible to come up with a password that no computer on earth
can crack. Use true random data to generate a sequence of 20 characters from the
full ASCII printable set, spend an hour memorizing, and you're good. We also
know that most people ...