### Out of Context Graph Challenge #1

I'm struggling with the best way to graph some new data I just analyzed based on the RockYou list. Since I'm also too lazy to write up a full post on it right now, I thought I might as well throw it out as a challenge to the five or so people who read this blog. I'll buy a beer for the first person who can correctly state what the following graph shows.

The beer is redeemable at any conference I happen to meet you at, (For example: Shmoocon). Here are a few hints:

- It is based on a subset of one million passwords from the RockYou set
- It has to deal with a project I am working on
- There is one word you MUST include in your submission for it to be valid

Answers will only be accepted in the comments. This contest will run until someone gets it right or I actually get around to writing a post on this. Imaginary bonus points are applied if you have any suggestions on a better way to graph the data.

## Comments

... and length of password on x-axis.

Entropy distribution, y-axis percent of passwords and x-axis entropy.

Passwords cracked per entropy, y-axis percent of passwords cracked per entropy and x-axis entropy.

So something like this only more accurate since I took the data from your graph and couldn't get accurate info on entropy 4 through 9 and 22+.

http://yfrog.com/5vgraphsp