The 7th June 2012 Linkedin was hacked. More than 6 million LinkedIn passwords was compromised. The real shocking news was not the theft but the fact that the attackers were able to decrypt many of these passwords. Why it happened? The answer is simple: a bad design of the password security. In this talk I presented how to choose "secure" user's passwords and how to safely store it from a programmer's perspective.
This talk has been presented during the MOCA 2012, http://moca.olografix.org/moca2012