I'd say there is probably a great chance of a Korean student hacker, or the Russian mafia targeting something like Lastpass and gaining access to all the passwords stored online, or stored in your browser, (something in never do, i.e. store password for next time on websites etc).
A friend of mine who lived in West London a long time ago used to leave a huge glass jar full of change in the hallway of his flat - about £50 worth. His logic being that the sight of pure hard cash would be enough to distract and occupy any burglar, but the damn thing was so heavy that they couldn't take anything else, and probably wouldn't get far before they dropped it. Apparently it had been tested by friends previously and it had worked - could there be a digital equivalent of this perhaps?
Hi GuysAnybody that knows Mick Peters AKA Pingu please be aware his email has been hacked and people are posing as him asking for a favour to buy some Google play points for his nephews birthday PLEASE DO NOT forward anything to them Paul
Presumably all this depends on the Chinese NOT managing to invent quantum computers (or anyone else...)?
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