~=8 Character Passwords Are Dead=~
New benchmark from the Hashcat Team shows a 2080Ti GPU passing 100 Billion password guesses per second (NTLM hash).
This means that the entire keyspace, or every possible combination of:
...of an 8 character password can be guessed in:
(8x 2080Ti GPUs against NTLM Windows hash)
Mock a tree by sitting under it reading. Show it the possibilities of life
in another’s hand, show the book what stagnation
looks like for those who never leave their home town.
Feel smug in your ability to stretch a metaphor so far
as to want to nail the book to a tree and call it
“How I feel coming back home to being unloved after loving you”.
If love is a performance art, then so will my unloving be!
In a way,
I mean. I am rootless now,
Full of poetry - devoid of birds.
I love this characterization of notifications as needy tamagotchi.
Something that bothers me about social media.
You don't miss people who disappear from your feed. They don't leave a hole like they do in other contexts. You can see the person who is no longer in their usual place, the classmate who isn't in class. You can even see that someone isn't updating their blog anymore.
But the feed has no hole that is left unfilled. It just rolls on, utterly indifferent.
With a sufficient number of users of an API, it does not matter what you promise in the contract, all observable behaviors of your system will be depended on by somebody
A few weeks ago, I posted a message, in #Lojban, that I was tired of it and if someone wanted to take over the account, they could. I never got a reply and now I'm wondering if anyone ever read any of it.
#GooglePlus is going away, and I'm using Takeout to nostalgically pack up my posts. I'll pick through them later to find the gems (and videos of my kid that didn't make it elsewhere). Most of the posts were early when it seemed like G+ had some momentum. I still think Circles, Communities, and Collections were a great way to control privacy and organize social media.
It may be useful for folks to know that mastodon.social has closed registrations and is now invite-only.
(This is not an official announcement or statement of current or future policy, I just thought folks might like to know. I'm disabling notifications on this because I don't really want to have a conversation about it.)
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