jfruh writes: Many security-savvy users have a password manager that stores their randomly-generated passwords — but if that manager is cracked, the gig is up. Some security researchers are suggesting a technique to stop this: a password manager that offers up fake passwords when an attacker tries and fails to crack it, which makes the process of figuring out if you've broken in much more difficult.
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