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That doesn't mean constraints like 'no repeated characters' is a good idea. It gives the attacker significantly more information about the plaintext if they know they can rule out all strings with duplicated characters.



And isn't mmmdG0tKtN#mmmmmmmmmmmmm more secure than dG0tKtN#mm?




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