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    more safe

    It's usually "safer", so is "more safe" for emphasis or another acceptable common form of "safer"?

    29-2)A good way to make an easy to remember password is to put three small words together to make a single password...However, remember that this may be less safe! It could be more safe if you capitalize the first letters of the different words: :yesnomaybe"...

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    Re: more safe

    Quote Originally Posted by keannu View Post
    It's usually "safer", so is "more safe" for emphasis or another acceptable common form of "safer"?

    29-2)A good way to make an easy to remember password is to put three small words together to make a single password...However, remember that this may be less safe! It could be more safe if you capitalize the first letters of the different words: :yesnomaybe"...
    I would use "safer".

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