MySpace passwords aren't so dumb

Thursday, 14 December 2006, 12:08 PM EST

How good are the passwords people are choosing to protect their computers and online accounts?

It's a hard question to answer because data is scarce. But recently, a colleague sent me some spoils from a MySpace phishing attack: 34,000 actual user names and passwords.

At Wired.

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