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Topic # 110724 15-Oct-2012 12:06
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Think... Facebook, Geekzone, justcommodores.com.au, TheRegister, Telecom, your bank, iTunes, Google, etc.

A: 1-50
B: 51-199
C: 200-999
D: 1000+
E: My name is Mauricio and I will give you the exact figure if you can wait 43 seconds.

This is not for anything even remotely scientific, so no harping on about poor methodology please.

Please keep it off topic, and branch out into moaning about people re-using passwords, and how you have one password for all your secure stuff and one for all your insecure stuff.

I'd say mentioning Wheedle would also be worthwhile, so that someone can come along a day later and tell us that Sella already exists and is better, but just needs more support.

I'll kick things off by saying the guy that exposed MSD should be given a knighthood, and that I would vote for Kim Dotcom (for anything at all that he cared to run for).

Vegemite is better than Marmite anyway.

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  Reply # 701403 15-Oct-2012 12:24
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Also A :)

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  Reply # 701567 15-Oct-2012 16:07
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I won't give an exact number but looking at the number of entries in my ewallet.dat file it's C - around 800 actually.




 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 701568 15-Oct-2012 16:08
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B

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  Reply # 701573 15-Oct-2012 16:17
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3 , that must be low

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  Reply # 701599 15-Oct-2012 16:46
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A

But even then I have trouble remembering them all.

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  Reply # 709980 31-Oct-2012 17:26
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I'd like to say it is B but I'm sure it is really C.

But many I'll have not used for years and forgotten, even more recent ones I'll have to request a password for (shhh... but I've even done that for GZ due to forgetting it!).


vexxxboy: HOW ON EARTH CAN YOU ONLY HAVE THREE???

GZ & your email is two, only leaving one spare... for what? bank? facebook? trademe?

either which way Mauricio should feel flattered that GZ is one of the three :-o




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  Reply # 709982 31-Oct-2012 17:29
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A  and yes Vegemite is better  Cool

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