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For Nearly 20 Years the Nuclear Launch Code at all Minuteman Silos in the United States Was 00000000
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Posted 5/10/17 , edited 5/11/17
Wow.... It's amazing WW3 didn't start because of a small group of assholes.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fsei3aqTKGo


Soviet Hacker: "I chave got my hands on US nuclearr launch kodes"
Soviet President: "Zat is greatt vork do tell me!"
Soviet Hacker: "It is 00000000"
Soviet President: "Haha comrad are funny joke, what is real kodes?"
Soviet Hacker: "It is 00000000"
Soviet President: "Joke not funny anymore, go to gulag"
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that's a weak code
we all know theyshould be made up of our b days, names and pet names
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Posted 5/10/17 , edited 5/11/17
It should be set as: admin

So only an admin will know the password.
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Russia right now

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It seems pretty smart. Have you ever tried entering a bunch of numbers, on top of multiples of the same one? I mean, 3000000 can be summarized as 3 million, but what about 000000000? 0 million? And you'd have to think "Who the heck would use THAT as a password?"

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00000000? Next thing you're gonna tell me that the combination to the planet's air shield is 12345...
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PeripheralVisionary wrote:

It seems pretty smart. Have you ever tried entering a bunch of numbers, on top of multiples of the same one? I mean, 3000000 can be summarized as 3 million, but what about 000000000? 0 million? And you'd have to think "Who the heck would use THAT as a password?"



Actually a lot of people think that same way and hackers know it and have proof of it:

https://github.com/danielmiessler/SecLists/blob/master/Passwords/10_million_password_list_top_1000.txt
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Reminds me of the 1961 Goldsboro B-52 crash when a B-52 Stratofortress carrying two hydrogen bombs disintegrated over North Carolina. Both bombs landed on the state and one of them nearly detonated after three of the four safety mechanisms failed.
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More idiotic things I had to waste brain cells processing. Hackers specialize in untruths.

Old Joke: How do you know when a Russian is lying?
Their mouth is moving.
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For something with destructive consequences, having that launch code is nothing short of idiotic. At least there was never a need to launch it, but nevertheless it could have been catastrophic.
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I've heard about this a few years ago and I still think it's hilarious and surprised that it never occurred to anyone to try that code.
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That's great but

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What was the numbers again? all Zeros? Hey that my email password!
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Rujikin wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:

It seems pretty smart. Have you ever tried entering a bunch of numbers, on top of multiples of the same one? I mean, 3000000 can be summarized as 3 million, but what about 000000000? 0 million? And you'd have to think "Who the heck would use THAT as a password?"



Actually a lot of people think that same way and hackers know it and have proof of it:

https://github.com/danielmiessler/SecLists/blob/master/Passwords/10_million_password_list_top_1000.txt


Clicked the link, press Ctl-F, typed in the code, number 794th most common password. Basically, it's a bad password.

Decided to be a smartass, typed in my password, did not show up at all.

Funnilly enough, fuckyou is the 31st most common password. I remember using that one once. My runescape account then got hacked. :P

Edit: taking a look though the list, this password list seems to summarize humanity fairly well, in a funny way.

6 differnet passwords with fuck, several 1970's, Naruto of all things, and lets not forget about cats!

stargate, porno, boobs, hawaii, poohbear, vampire, cock, metallica, hentai, pokemon. The list is funny. All of these things actually have something in common. XD

Also for you sick bastards: loli, ecchi, oppai, weeb, Rem, and oddly enough, Goku are all NOT part of the top 1000. Still would NOT recommend using them as passwords, especially on this site.
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Posted 5/11/17 , edited 5/11/17

Roboteki wrote:
That's great but


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