Mira Modi sells secured passwords in US11 year Indian origin Mira Modi, a sixth grader in New York City, has started her own website and generates six-word Diceware passphrases for her customers at $2 each which can be used as highly secured passwords.

Diceware is a famous decades-old system for coming up with passwords. It involves rolling a dice as a way to generate random numbers that are matched to a long list of English words. The passwords thus generated are very difficult to crack but are easy for humans to memorize.

For every order she gets, the girls rolls a physical dice and looks up the words in a printed copy of the Diceware word list. She then writes down the corresponding password string and sends it to the customer by postal mail and this generates good money for her.