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Submission + - MySpace users have stronger passwords than corp...

Ant writes: "This Wired News column reports Bruce Schneier's analysis the data from a successful phishing attack on MySpace and compares the captured user-passwords to an earlier data-set from a corporation. He concludes that MySpace users are better at coming up with good passwords than corporate drones. The article is a great state-of-the-password address, with lots of fun nuggets like "We used to quip that 'password' is the most common password. Now it's 'password1.' Who said users haven't learned anything about security?" ... Seen on Boing Boing."
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Submission + - 10 Tech Concepts You Need to Know for 2007

mattnyc99 writes: Popular Mechanics has a new list of wide-ranging technology terms it claims will be big in '07. From PRAM to BAN and SmartPills to data clouds, it's a pretty nice summary of upcoming and in-the-works trends across the board (with a podcast embedded). But what's missing? How reliable is the magazine's short-term impact meter for each must-learn term? How do their predictions from a year ago stack up now?

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