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A phonetic password generator picks two segments randomly for each six-letter password. The form of each segment is CVC (consonant, vowel, consonant), where V= < a, e, i, o, u > and C = (V.) ̅
What is the total password population?
What is the probability of an adversary guessing a password correctly?


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