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Article mentions VPN as protection, but fails to mention the obvious: HTTPS. Passwords go through HTTPS and not HTTP, and hence are invisible to crackers (hackers). Some sites are lazy or cheap enough not to use HTTPS, but users should be aware of that issue by now.--
John Bessa ( talk) 15:29, 10 December 2009 (UTC)--
Repetition [ edit ]
There is repetition in the first few introductory sentences and under the Method heading. A more condense introductory paragraph would read much better.
GR8DAN ( talk) 13:39, 18 November 2014 (UTC)