Is it possible that if I use special Characters in my password that it can't be Bruteforeced? Special Characters: =!@$/^&( and so on

  • This question is extremely broad, try narrowing it down, what do you mean by special character? Like an Emoji? ASCII? UTF-8? Cyrillic/Russian/Hebrew/Thai characters? – Azteca Feb 27 '17 at 19:13
  • @Azteca here is what i mean – Flajt Mar 12 '17 at 7:49

No. It is likely to increase the time it takes to brute force said password, and with sufficient length and complexity, it is likely to be mathematically infeasible to brute force your password.

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