Every password today, no matter for what application or what it secures, is built on a base of 68 "letters" or characters. Some applications use less, but none use more. Brute force password cracking has become more and more viable due to the exponentially increasing power of individual machines and the even greater power of the government's cluster servers, making it now an easy and fast way of recovering any password.
But there is a solution. There are more than 1000 other letters that no one knows about! With these extra letters, it is possible to make passwords that are, for all practical purposes, uncrackable!