frustrate shouldservers

Eric Oyen eric.oyen at
Sat Feb 4 16:16:32 UTC 2017

pardon my last email folks, it appears that some of my text got misplaced in the document. perhaps I should use my braille sense to type it next time.


On Feb 4, 2017, at 5:01 AM, Jude DaShiell wrote:

> 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>
>> To: blinux-list at
>> 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.
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