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2018-02-22 | Pwned Passwords, SEC’s updated cybersecurity guidance, and The myth of the hacker-proof voting machine

Thursday, February 22


  • Pwned Passwords released by Troy Hunt (creator of “”). Troy says: There are 501,636,842 *unique* Pwned Passwords in V2. This is distilled down from 3,033,858,815 in total so each password appeared an average of 6 times over. The top password was "123456" and it appeared 20,760,336 times across the source data.


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What I’ve seen in the past 10 years is that the vendors have absolutely fumbled every single attempt in security

Jacob D. Stauffer on electronic voting machine vendors


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