Lydia over at Autistic Hoya has written a number of posts on identity first language vs person first, including “The Significance of Semantics: Person-First Language: Why It Matters” which ends with a list of links to other writers on the issue.Some people’s constructions of how they phrase their identity are very personal, others political, and a good number both., on the other hand, means “non-autistic.” (Some people use “neurotypical” this way, but I”ll get to why I disagree with that usage in a moment.) That is all it means.It doesn’t mean someone is intrinsically better or worse, and it doesn’t indicate ally-hood or opponent-hood. Allistic is a term that members of the autistic community came up with.Some of you might still hold some misconceptions about autistic life, but I believe that to be a part of the learning process.You are reading Autistic voices either here or on the blogs of other Autistics, hopefully learning from it, and that is what matters.And because passwords usually have capital letters at the start, lower-case letters in the middle, and symbols and numbers at the end, Markov attacks can crack almost as many passwords as a straight brute-force.This method uses previously cracked passwords and a statistically generated brute-force attack that makes educated guesses to analyse plain text passwords, and determine where certain types of characters are likely to appear in a password.
Using a hybrid attack - which combines a dictionary attack with a brute-force attack - he added all possible two-character strings of both numbers and symbols to the end of each word in his dictionary.
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Coming into the neurodiversity movement, there are some terms that a new person might not be familiar with.
You’ll notice that I use “” rather than “person with autism” throughout. The basic idea is that my being is autistic- the patterns my brain form thoughts in, the essentials of the way I perceive and learn from the world are autistic.
Autisticness is, for me and many others, an essential part of what makes me, me. There are many brilliant writers who have addressed Autistic vs person first language in more depth.