Meet The Sixth Grader Who Makes Money Selling Passwords
Worried about someone guessing your password? If you are unable to come up with secure passwords, a 11 year old sixth grader from New York City has just the thing you need.
Mira Modi recently started a small business www.dicewarepasswords.com where she takes requests to generate six word diceware passpharases by hand.
If you aren’t aware, diceware is a well known system that has been around for decades to come up with secure passwords. It uses actual dice to come up with a truly random number that are then matched to a long list of English words.
Your ultimate password is just $2 away.
Read more http://arstechnica.com/business/2015/10/this-11-year-old-is-selling-cryptographically-secure-passwords-for-2-each/
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I have always been into technology even at a young age. It always just came to me. I love the speed at which tech is moving and want to be part of it in all ways.
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