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national change your passwords day: schneier on passwords

Bruce Schneier, cryptography expert, recently appeared on NPR's Future Tense discussing what makes a good password, what makes a bad password, and how to manage passwords that are too random to remember. He recommends that you write your passwords on a piece of paper and put them in your wallet, along with the other valuable small pieces of paper you carry around: paper currency.

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