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docs: fixed small error
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Ata Hakçıl 2 years ago committed by GitHub
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@ -31,7 +31,7 @@ I've filtered passwords which are 10 character long, and matches `(?=.*\d)(?=.*[ @@ -31,7 +31,7 @@ I've filtered passwords which are 10 character long, and matches `(?=.*\d)(?=.*[
~~I've released this list of 39576 passwords in mystery-list.txt under this repository.~~ I've refiltered it to get 763k passwords matching this pattern.
I have no idea what this uncovers and what it implies, but i'm suspecting a password manager out there is creating passwords with low entropy, causing repetations over a lot of users. All the ideas about this are welcome and appreciated.
I have no idea what this uncovers and what it implies, but i'm suspecting a password manager out there is creating passwords with low entropy, causing repetitions over a lot of users. All the ideas about this are welcome and appreciated.
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@ -58,7 +58,7 @@ Please create an issue and explain what you want to learn, and if its interestin @@ -58,7 +58,7 @@ Please create an issue and explain what you want to learn, and if its interestin
* `8.83%` of the passwords are unique - they were only found once.
* Their average length was `9.7965` characters.
* Suprisingly, just a fraction of these passwords are meaningless.
* Surprisingly, just a fraction of these passwords are meaningless.
* Only `7.082%` of these passwords contain special characters - Rest matches `^[a-zA-Z0-9]$`
* `20.02%` of these passwords are letters only, and `15.02%` is only lowercase.
* Average length for lowercase-unique passwords were `9.3694` characters.
@ -66,7 +66,7 @@ Please create an issue and explain what you want to learn, and if its interestin @@ -66,7 +66,7 @@ Please create an issue and explain what you want to learn, and if its interestin
## Language Specifics
I've partioned my data depending on the top level domains of the email providers. (filter here: https://gist.github.com/FlameOfIgnis/9a1da894e8ae385a1ee58b8a734b8979)
I've partitioned my data depending on the top level domains of the email providers. (filter here: https://gist.github.com/FlameOfIgnis/9a1da894e8ae385a1ee58b8a734b8979)
I'm only releasing short lists of top 150 passwords for now. I'll eventually release full lists. I'll try to refrain from releasing an incomplete version publicly for now.

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