frustrate shouldservers

Jude DaShiell jdashiel at
Sat Feb 4 12:01:04 UTC 2017

It should be interesting to see if google now has a page available for 
the original British braille system by now.

On Sat, 4 Feb 2017, Kyle wrote:

> Date: Sat, 4 Feb 2017 06:47:19
> From: Kyle <kyle4jesus at>
> Reply-To: Linux for blind general discussion <blinux-list at>
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> Subject: Re: frustrate shouldservers
> Sadly, Google is the password cracker's best friend. It can teach the person 
> who steals that card with the braille password on it all he or she needs to 
> know about how to read it. Other ways of writing down the password may be 
> used, including mnemonics, but if a mnemonic is written well enough for me to 
> remember a random password, chances are it's also good enough for someone 
> else to use to gain unauthorized access as well. That said, if you can hold 
> the mnemonic you use to remember a random password in your head without 
> writing it down, and if the mnemonic is good enough to allow you to enter the 
> password correctly every time you need it, then a computer generated password 
> is probably best, as the only point at which you need to worry about 
> compromise is the time between its generation and your commitment to memory.
> Sent from the alien space craft that crash landed and stranded me here
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