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Jan
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comment Are passwords that are manually typed in really unrecoverable from memory or disk?
There are very small usb dongles that can go between your keyboard and computer and record all keystrokes and will only show up if you're specifically looking for it. Heck, the same functionality can be built in the keyboard. Relying only on a password is not of this time anymore if you want to be secure.
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comment Is email less secure than voicemail, snail mail, or internet portals for transferring sensitive information?
Having worked with email reminders, it just doesn't work well enough, either from people not reading their email, it getting in the junkfolder, or the recipients reading and forgetting. Snail-mail and text-messages have a much larger response.
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answered Should I know my users passwords so I can check they can logon?
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answered To salt, or not to salt?