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Old 02-14-2012, 03:53 PM   #24
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Originally Posted by obsessed2 View Post
8 to 13 characters for a WPA-PSK key is reasonably safe so long as your pass phrase is comprised of random a-z and 0-9 alphanumeric characters.
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In fact, sometimes a longer password is more easily compromised because people get sloppy and write them down.
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Correct. Plus, it appears that this is a portable device, used intermittently, a hacker would really need to be stalking you to crack it via WPA dictionary attack with even a moderately strong 8 char password.
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