Russian hackers have been stopped in their tracks by Welsh-language passwords.
Passwords like Llywnypia and Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch have had the Russians stumped.
Hacker Yudi Nikabolokov told WalesOnCraic:
“Usually passwords are really easy like ‘password’ or ‘1234’. We’ve been working around the clock to try and crack these passwords and it turns out that they’re all Welsh. We didn’t even know what Welsh was until we Googled it. We think that the Welsh are well ahead of the game, which is why they invented these places – to stop us hacking into their computers and email accounts. Once we’ve conquered the world, we’d like to visit Wales and congratulate them on being so damn clever.”
Welsh IT analyst, Blodwyn BoggleEyes said:
“If the Russians think that they’re going to go breaking into my Commodore 64 without a fight, they’ve got another thing coming.”