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Spice up your passwords with ASCII Unicodes
posted January 14 2011 20:23.43 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Unfortunately, i cannot use this tip, as i run Linux OS. But you, my windows-chained friends, can spice up your passwords with ASCII Unicode characters. All it takes is the Alt key and a numeric combination, and pop! A printable character appears, but this character does NOT exist on any keyboard! Isn't this just amazing? Watch the following video to learn how to add hearts and spades:

[Link: lifehacker]
Tags: tips   security   internet related   pc related   

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