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By host on 9/17/2010 1:17 PM

Anel writes:

Did you ever see the movie A Christmas Story? I love that movie. It’s set in the 1940's and is about a little boy named Ralphie, whose main quest is to get a Red Rider BB-Gun for Christmas. His mother keeps telling him to forget it because, "you’ll shoot your eye out!" One of my favorite scenes is when Ralphie (played by Peter Billingsley) sends off for a 'Little Orphan Annie Secret Decoder Ring.' When the ring finally arrives, he locks himself in the bathroom and tries to decipher the secret message that has been broadcast via a series of numbers on the Little Orphan Annie radio show. Thinking that he, and he alone, will crack the code that will probably make him a super hero, he is disappointed when the secret message "D-r-i-n-k M-o-r-e O-v-a-l-t-i-n-e" is revealed. The code was just too easy to break and meant absolutely nothing! He realizes that he’s been had.

Ralphie's experience is a little like choosing passwords on the Internet. Just so you know, you are not putting one over on anyone when you type in that "123456" password of yours. "Password" isn’t any better, and sorry ladies, but "princess" is also no good according to a report released by Imperva, a data security firm that, last January, analyzed 32 million passwords that were exposed from Rockyou.com.

 

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