Wie heeft mijn paswoord? : Luistertoets a.d.h.v. fragment Volt
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Een toets die is opgemaakt a.d.h.v. het programma Volt, waarin Kobe Ilsen test hoe gemakkelijk je een paswoord kunt hacken. Het gaat vooral over sociale media.

De toets kan natuurlijk ook als een luisteroefening gebruikt worden.

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