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How Secure Is My Password?

Discussion in 'Other Security Related Discussions' started by Prorootect, Jan 7, 2012.

  1. Prorootect

    Prorootect Well-Known Member

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    How Secure Is My Password? topic here!

    How Secure Is My Password?: http://howsecureismypassword.net/


    OK., MY password, my MalwareTips password .. it would take a desktop PC (the mine) hacker - more than 10 quadrillon years to hack my little password ..;)

    At your passwords, guys ..
  2. iPanik

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    "About 38 quintillion years"

    oh yes, should be secure enough :)
  3. MrXidus

    MrXidus Super Moderator Staff Member

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    "It would take a desktop PC
    About 10 trestrigintillion years
    to hack your password"

    [​IMG]

    I'm happy with that. Thanks.
  4. iPanik

    iPanik Administrator

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    lol, trestrigintillion, is that even a word? :D
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    maybe word, symbols and number :p
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    Mine, about 21 thousand years
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    It would take a desktop PC
    About 18 nonillion years
    to hack your password

    What ever a nonillion is LOL!!!
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    1.9 × 10^97 years to hack my gmail password
  9. Viking

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    My current Facebook password will take about 28 sextillion years to crack, which has the most amount of characters of all my passwords!
  10. WinAndLinuxTutorials

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    My facebook password. :)

    I think the hacker will die before getting our passwords. :p

    Have some fun knowing about numbers :p: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Names_of_large_numbers
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    Bitlocker: About 42 undecillion years
    GMail: About 5 octillion years
    Malwaretips: About 13 minutes
  12. jamescv7

    jamescv7 Active Member

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    My Primary Password: About 6 trillion years

    Secondary Password: About 6 thousand years

    Another Password used in some websites: About 16 years

    Passwords that I use before and known for very weak strength. (I'm no longer used it.)

    1) About 8 seconds :lol:
    2) About 3 hours
    3) About 5 minutes
  13. McLovin

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    "It would take a desktop PC
    About 53 septillion years
    to hack your password"

    That's used for emails and YouTube and stuff.

    This is my MalwareTips password

    It would take a desktop PC
    About 809 thousand years
    to hack your password

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