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Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 80,000 Totally Secure Passwords That No Hacker Would Ever Guess
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'Amorous space squids. Sentient fridges. A derelict alien spacecraft adrift within an interstellar cloud. Speed-dating zombies. The truth behind the extinction of the dinosaurs. A potentially lethal interasteroidal freight consignment. And a planet on which biological diversification has utterly failed to take hold in eight billion years.

'80,000 Totally Secure Passwords That No Hacker Would Ever Guess is a collection of SF short fiction, sometimes humorous and sometimes deadly serious, by NZ-born Australian writer Simon Petrie.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

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      Extent: 299p.p.
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      • Published September 2018.

      ISBN: 9780648322870
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