Edward Snowden Gives John Oliver Some Advice on Making The Best Passwords [VIDEO]
Apr 10, 2015 13:41
John Oliver had a long conversation with Edward Snowden, which then took a turn to Oliver asking Snowden on some password advice. Basically, according to Snowden, anything that is 8 characters or less is crackable in seconds. So the best is to come up with something a little harder, but easy enough to remember.
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