Google as a password cracker. Amazing.
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Wwooww – Unbelievable, Thanks for sharing that with us.
Holy schmokes, that is kind of worrying.
Discourse needs a smiley of a bottom jaw dropping on the ground.
Thats a bit scary.
Considering the number of people that use just a few passwords for almost everything from banking to forum logins this could cause a real problem. Makes me think I should change all of my important pass words again just in case I put some of the same ones on weaker sites.
Thanks For the info.