Error’d: Swordfish

Despite literally predating paper, passcodes and secret handshakes continue to perplex programmers, actors, and artists alike.

For our first example, auteur Andy stages a spare play in three acts.
Nagg: Hello I'm not the account owner and shouldn't be logged in to this account. Can you help me?
Nell: Sure, here are the owner's credit card details. Please use those to say that you are the account owner.

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Fellow arts enthusiast Paul shares some Surrealism "snatched from the official Greek government site for emergency communications."

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Web comics fan Geoff G. alludes to a classic (we all know which one) with his "Now I have two problems..."

regex

 

While an anonymous gourmand mumbles, mouth full, "Unicode Tofu is my secrets ingredient!"

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And oldworlder Jan declares this bit of user experience needs no words. "Who needs a description when you have clear symbols?" It's like a watercolor about a novel.

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Finally, Dima R. brings down the curtain with this little mind blower. Quoth he: "It's secured by shibboleths." Or encrapted by wishes.

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This post originally appeared on The Daily WTF.

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