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Old 08-28-2010, 03:13 PM   #4
TomF
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Originally Posted by Unolord
I have a Steve Gibson approved 64 character password for my home network.
A complete waste of time. Why cripple your own access to your home network when the chance that someone is actually going to try and wardrive your network is slim to none.

A pass phrase with a mix of upper and lower case, numbers and maybe a symbol or two is far easier to remember and type and no more likely to be cracked.
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