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Does it indicate a bad password system to disallow certain characters in passwords?
Vaguely related: security.stackexchange.com/questions/57909/… sometimes a legacy back office system scuppers password complexity.
What are the risks associated with relying on IPSec IP Filtering?
@ori - thanks for the comment. From my reading since asking the question, I'm under the impression this is also also how IPTables work when not connection tracking. Might have to earn some rep for a bounty :)