Sunday, February 13, 2011

Password Policy

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20 comments:

  1. This truly is a very important blog. Thanks for sharing this valuable information with us.

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  2. What's the significance of 8 characters?

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  3. Interesting subject. I just find it very hard to remember a password with 15 characters with uppercase letters, and digits.

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  4. I learned something. I thought you were supposed to change it like weekly. Thanks for tips.

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  5. I have been hacked and it sucks. These were really helpful tips. I have learned the hard way not to use personal info. Thank you

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  6. Passwords are so important. Thank you for helping us to be secure in our choice.

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  7. One thing I would stay away from is MacKeeper from Zeobit. It is worse than a virus! If you make the mistake of downloading the trial software, it will hide files within your system that will take over and kill your processing speed. Don't use MacKeeper from Zeobit! It is worse than a virus

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  8. Passwords being stolen is so scary. I never know what to pick. Really helpful post to keep me secure. Thank you so much

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  9. Thank you for the tips. I have found doing the upper and lower case while incorporating numbers is helpful. I always have trouble remebering though

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  10. One of the worst ideas for password I have ever heard is to have the same login and password. Funny and freaky at the same time is that how many people follow that method each time it is not technically impossible;);)

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  11. Nice one here! I totally agree with this statement "When creating your password don’t use anything that based on your personal information. For example, never use any part of your legal name and any part of your user name. Don’t use your phone number, birth date, or license plate number." because hackers are very clever that most users employ their basic personal information as their passwords, so basically they'll try hacking your account with your personal info.

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  12. Nothing a good brute force software can't fix

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  13. great password means a combination of all possiblites and make the toughest password which is hard to crack.

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  14. This truly is a very important blog. Thanks for sharing this valuable information with us.

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  15. The better the password the more security, although I do get plenty of calls for password recovery.

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  16. One of the worst ideas for password I have ever heard is to have the same login and password. Funny and freaky at the same time is that how many people follow that method each time it is not technically impossible;);)

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  17. I use numbers and special characters to 'stronghold' my password.

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  18. Strong password should contain numbers and characters with small and capital in it. This would be hard to guess.

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