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How secure is it to use a password hash of a common English word as a WPA2 key?
I have a wireless router, and I want a difficult password that is still, in a way, easy to remember. I came up with this idea to take the MD5, SHA-1, SHA-256, or whatever hash of a common English ...
Nov 28 '09 at 0:12
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