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Why No One Should Use LastPass - Fri, 16 Aug 2013 00:13:05 UTC
I guess the best way to make someone fix something is to just post an article about their failures... I bet $5 (imaginary dollars) on them not fixing it.
This site will probably be the home of the first free "instant" MD5 database to hit a Trillion passwords "Omni-5." I'm implementing the database as a lossy hash table (LHT). Basically the name says it all it is a hash (lookup) table that is lossy. The lossy part is that fact that some data is missing (not storing the full hash or the full password) but the missing data is brute forced so there are no passwords lost. So depending on how you look at it, it's either lossy (data) or lossless (passwords).

The plan (this all depends on a few things like funding):

Key Spaces:
Omni-5: 2 ^ 40.028 (1.12 Trillion [1,121,284,146,783])
Omni-6: 2 ^ 45.506 (50.0 Trillion [49,973,328,108,832])
Omni-7: 2 ^ 51.259 (2.69 Quadrillion [2,694,058,161,297,215])

* - 95 characters: space through ~
M - 62 characters: A-Z, a-z, and 0-9
m - 52 characters: A-Z and a-z
n - 36 characters: a-z and 0-9
a - 26 characters: a-z
0 - 10 characters: 0-9
Omni-5      Omni-6        Omni-7
*
**
***                       *****
****        *****         ******
*****       ******        *******
MMMMMM      MMMMMMM       MMMMMMMM
Mnnnnnn     Mnnnnnnn      Mnnnnnnnn
maaaaaaa    maaaaaaaa     maaaaaaaaa
00000000    000000000     0000000000
000000000   0000000000    00000000000
0000000000  00000000000   000000000000
            000000000000  0000000000000
                          00000000000000
maaa0000    maaaa0000     maaaaa0000
maaaa000    maaaaa000     maaaaaa000
maaaaa00    maaaaaa00     maaaaaaa00
maaaaaa0    maaaaaaa0     maaaaaaaa0
maaaa0000   maaaaa0000    maaaaaa0000
            maaaaaa000    maaaaaaa000
                          maaaaaaaa00 (maybe, this one is 40.31% of
                                       the total key space so will see)