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Originally posted by laverscheval When making passwords always have a combination of capital and non-capital letters. A few of my friends have been hacked becuase they used words from the dictionary , do your self a favor and don't.
While thats a statement you will find printed in every book or document about security, and in most cases common sense...no password is uncrackable.
There is only real easy and extremely hard. The only difference is the time it takes the computer or person to crack it