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    Site “not secure”

    Not sure why but I would guess (can’t see rn) it’s http instead of https? Would be good to fix whatever is telling my browser the site isn’t secure.
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    Been showing like this for me for a long time.
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    Yeah. SSL requires a cert and some other stuff. I looked into it and thought that it doesn't really matter.
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    Just make sure you're not using the same password for your banking and other personal sites as you do here.

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    Oh no. They're all the same password. I'm supposed to change it? How am I supposed to remember so many damn passwords?
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    I always use "P@55word" as my password for all of my sites, so I'm good.

    The top 10 most common passwords were:
    123456 (23.2 million accounts)
    123456789 (7.7 million)
    qwerty (3 million)
    password (3 million)
    111111
    12345678
    abc123
    1234567
    password1
    12345
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    Those are some shit PWs.


    I'm just saying, if you're out and about and someone is monitoring protocols or running a packet analyzer on a network (public wi-fi maybe), the get/send transactions on an http site is not encrypted. Https would encrypt the send and received packets. Using a VPN would do the same and do a better job so if you're using one, no need to worry.

    But yah, logging on with your user name and password is open for sniffers. Just throwing that out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rek_Aviles View Post
    Those are some shit PWs.
    I wonder what percentage of those passwords on that Top 10 List are work computers and what percentage are personal computers?

    I know most places I've worked had a really easy to remember password since several people share the same computers.
    Plus once on a computer a lot of people probably used a really easy to remember password for their eMail account since they probably don't care if it gets hacked.

    I like the military and ATM version of a password. Insert a card plus type in your PIN. And if movies are to be believed higher government security uses a third step that includes scanning an eye, a hand, or a thumb.
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