The NY Times recently published a story about how they were hacked during a four month period. The hacks allegedly were carried out by part of the Chinese military. One part of the story that ...
Though I do have a good memory of passwords, it is quite impossible to have one password per application. Yet, it should be... My current way to deal with passwords is to have five passwords and to ...
Assuming a service doesn't store a plain text password, am I right in saying that the answer to this question depends on the service? On a bad service, the hash length is related to the password ...
Doesn't adding requirements to a password, such as must contain 2 digits, decrease the strength? [duplicate]
Possible Duplicate: Doesn’t imposing a minimum password length make the password weaker by reducing the number of possible combinations? Doesn't any constraints added to a password policy ...
Everyone knows that if they have a system that requires a password to log in, they should be storing a hashed & salted copy of the required password, rather than the password in plaintext. What I ...
People say don't use passwords in the dictionary but if you use two words isn't it alright? Dictionaries have at least 10,000 entries so just two words will be 100,000,000 possibilities (and that's ...