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"One cracking program I saw started with a dictionary of about 1,000 common passwords, things like “letmein,” “temp,” “123456,” and so on. Then it tested them each with about 100 common suffix appendages: “1,” “4u,” “69,” “abc,” “!,” and so on. It recovered about a quarter of all passwords with just these 100,000 combinations."
""can Rap Genius IPO without this feature" test."
"You just have to get something out there,” Lehman says. “People will say ‘this is horrible, anyone could make this better.’ That’s what happened with Wikipedia.” As a prime example, he cites the article for ‘Asphalt.’ Today it’s an elaborate resource full of interesting technical information and history. But it never would have gotten off the ground if someone had attempted all that while writing the first version of the page. What happened instead was worse, but better: someone got the ball rolling with a one-line definition: “Asphalt is a material used for road coverings,” and others improved it from there. “That’s what happened with Rap Genius,” Lehman says. “It’s a great thing."
"Michael said to all of us, ‘I’m going to ask her if I can slap her butt for real. I think it will make the joke way funnier.’ And we were like, ‘Yeah, totally go for it. Go nuts.’ And so he asked permission to do the butt slap, and she said, ‘You can do it, but I’m coming back way harder.’"
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