that being said, I see a common mistake in a lot of people making passwords where they are attempting to make good passwords.
if you _always_ replace a with @, o with 0, l with 1, t with 7, etc you aren't really much better off than using the plain text. enough people make these substatutions, and make them _every_ time the potential comes up, that doing so doesn't significantly increase the problem space.
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