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Windows 7: How strong is your password?

17 Feb 2011   #31
Julio Cortez

Windows 10 1703

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jimbo45 View Post
say a you are a Chelsea FC fan - Stamford Bridge easy to remember
Chelsea? What is Chelsea?
#Emirates_Stadium# sounds way more appropriate to me as a password

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jimbo45 View Post
IS IT OR IS IT NOT TRUE that the usual call centre experience for most users is REALLY HORRIBLE these days
Over here, it doesn't depend only on the company, but also from person to person.
Among the personnel of the major telecom company over here, I've found people who actually knew how to solve problems (and they did in no time) and people who even struggled reading pre-given questions and tips from a sheet.
So, it usually has to do with how lucky you are in the moment you call: this, eventually, adds to your thesis that the call center experience is NOT how it was initially meant to be anymore

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