Sounds fishy--I hope you 'Czech' it more often.
I regret nothing.
Well, they didn't pass through the two factor auth. But my email has already gotten hacked with a pass length of over 20 letters, my ebay account has gotten hacked,... How they do it, no idea. But that's why I am getting the password manager.
Well better prepared than not. I know it's a stupid question--but you do use encrypted coding for passwords right? Like numbers, symbols and sheep like that?
Either you have a weak password or someone has a keylogger program on your P.C.
I don't think any of these is possible. My bank data would've been compromised as well had that been the case. Nevertheless, I'm going to take the necessary countermeasures to make sure all my passwords are secure.
@samkfj Yup, I used numbers, capitals and special characters in the password. It got cracked despite that, even though I'm sure no dictionary attack can break it. Well, now my password is a bunch of gibberish letters, numbers and special characters and unique for every server, so all problems solved
Makes me wonder though--how could it have been broken so easily then? Maybe it was a keylogger, or maybe someone has their eye on you. Time to stab some fools, bro.
If I had a keylogger on me, then my PayPal, my bank account... And other servers would have already been attacked. So I don't think it would be a keylogger.
Hmm--it makes no sense. I mean--to brute force a password like that--it should take longer than a week to crack. Very strange.
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