How to crack someone’s computer password

A new survey claims:

Women are far more likely to give away their passwords to total strangers than their male counterparts, with 45% of women versus 10% of men prepared to give away their password,to strangers masquerading as market researchers with the lure of a chocolate bar as an incentive for filling in the survey.

Hat-tip: Guido Fawkes

PS I wonder if Grant Shapps has a sweet tooth?

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10 Comments

  • Grant Shapps 16th Apr '08 - 6:46pm

    We LibDems are doomed. We, as genuine Liberal Democrats, must accept this and support the Tories instead.

  • Was I the only one whose mother bought the fake Gateway ones called 5ive bars?

  • Richard Gadsden 19th Apr '08 - 8:17pm

    All this proves is that women are more prepared to lie for chocolate than men

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