At this moment, people all over the world are pecking a password into a computer. It is often some weak password that can be broken in less than a second. A truly random password of eight characters drawn from a pool of sixty-eight characters can be broken by one good desktop computer in less than three days. What people are doing today is not working.
If we have 93 possible symbols and our password is 36 symbols long, then we have this many possibilities if the symbols are in random order:
9336 = 7.334764054 E+70
How can we give that number some kind of meaning that we can relate to?
How many sandwiches is that? If Franz Kafka were hungry and every atom in his body could eat 10 billion sandwiches in one second, and he could clone himself 10 billion times, to reach the number of sandwiches above, he and his clones would have to eat for about 230,000 times longer than the universe has been here. At least, for a while, he would have to give up his obsession with what space burial is about.
The chances of this password breaking to a brute force attack are astronomically low.
Patriot COMSEC has the answer to the password problem. How can we have people make and use effective passwords? Please stay tuned. When our patent comes through, you too might want to use our innovative solution.