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not really, in my opinion.

any and all password checkers usually always log anything entered into them, therefore your unique super strong password that may have been secure before could now be part of any attack programs database so no longer secure.


such programs are fun but never ever use your real passwords in them to test strength.


here's a good site in my opinion to explain about passwords and strength along with a tester, but again even tho i believe this is a very safe site and doesn't log your password like the last does, i still wouldn't enter my real passwords into it anyway.




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