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answered Doesn't imposing a minimum password length make the password weaker by reducing the number of possible combinations?
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comment Security of using passwords or even passphrases to encrypt files
@nealmcb: well, the point you raise about analogy is related to the difference between encrypted data and protocols that use encryption. Encrypted data is immutable and the key can't be changed after-the-fact; cryptographic protocols can change their keys with suitable re-encryption.
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answered Security of using passwords or even passphrases to encrypt files
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revised Is strong cryptography legal across the internet?
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comment Are passwords in memory?
"protected more" -> "protected mode" (I can't edit w/o the silly 6-character minimum)
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