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The usual way to encode long random bitstrings, so that they can be easily memorized and/or entered by humans, is to break them into blocks of (typically) 10 to 12 bits and map each block to an entry in a fixed dictionary of common words. This approach is commonly used for secure passphrase generation, e.g. by Diceware, S/KEY and PGP. Assuming an 11-bit ...
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