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+ - Discovered Patterns in Numeric Passwords Raise New Questions->

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "Looking at a heat map representing numerical LinkedIn passwords, an abnormal line in the upper right corner was noticed. A weird range of nearly complete sequential list of 423 numbers from 67108865 to 67108899 and 67109000 to 67109397. At the time of writing this post, LinkedIn haven't confirmed that the accounts related to this range may have been automatically generated in some way."
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