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post #17 of (permalink) Old 03-25-2019, 12:59 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by skupples View Post
this, and their ability to sync it together to a single handle you've used is astounding. y'all could go find my favorite password of the 2010s right now if you knew where to look
Food for thought right here.

I've looked at myself, a self proclaimed tinfoil level security/privacy enthusiast and even I have been "owned". Couple passwords for handles from the mid 2000's on some sites were floating around some password db's. If you've been an internet user for at least the past ten years, you likely have been owned/part of a data breach at some point. I've challenged my "normie" friends on this a few times and turned out to be right for a few of them, the ones that were willing to let me know their password/handles so I could look them up.

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