guessable


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guessable

adj answererratbar, zu erraten pred; numberschätzbar, zu schätzen pred
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And even by the help of tradition the only thing that could be proven was that none of the five had seen daylight for thirty-five years: how much longer this privation has lasted was not guessable.
An enormous surprise meant to arrive more than two-thirds of the way through the book was guessable even by me - a terrible guesser - almost from the start.
com/article/3732/the-math-behind-passwords) Mathematics tells us  that a longer password is less guessable than a shorter password.
The SIR also noted that weak and guessable passwords, as well as poor password management, were also culprits in spreading malware.
Making minor modifications to an easily guessable password does not make it secure, and hackers will take advantage of these tendencies," said Morgan Slain, CEO of SplashData.
Make sure it's not a birthday or guessable number though.
i) Simple Passwords: These are passwords that are short in length, passwords that use words found in the dictionary, passwords created without using different character sets, passwords that are easily guessable or passwords that attackers can easily locate because they are placed on sticky notes pasted on the monitors, in a notepad or in a document stored in a computer or mobile device storage in clear text with the filename sometimes labeled as password, among other negative practices.
Gustin put in more hours than would be respectably guessable in my case to ensure my acquittal.
based cybersecurity firm SplashData's fifth annual "Worst Passwords List" report revealed people continue to put themselves at risk for data breaches and identity theft by using weak, guessable passwords.
Using simple, easily guessable passwords, or passwords that we use for multiple accounts can leave us open to compromise, exposing both client data and our own personal information.
It's not admitted, but it's guessable that he died of AIDS.
He said usernames are problematic because they are guessable and allow attackers to scour the victim's social media accounts and public records--and knowing an employee's email will likely lead an attacker to his or her Facebook account and a wealth of other private data.