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comment What is the strength of the key derivation function on Android device encryption?
"If the password is a four-digit PIN code" You can delete that sentence, it won't be. (except maybe on older Android versions?)
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comment What is the strength of the key derivation function on Android device encryption?
I have set up encryption my phone (Note II) which includes Android 4.3. It requires that the lock screen be configured with a password. Password requirements are: at least 1 letter, at least 1 number, at least 6 characters.
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asked What is the strength of the key derivation function on Android device encryption?
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comment If I use a good Master Password in Firefox, is security improved when I Remember Passwords instead of re-type?
"lose against physical or software attackers" I don't see how this relates. Where does it become easier to attack when I use encrypted password memory? "simple spoof...saved password field" That wouldn't work on Master Password Protected memory.
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comment If I use a good Master Password in Firefox, is security improved when I Remember Passwords instead of re-type?
Please limit the answer to items that change between Remembering Passwords With Master Password and Entering The Password Manually Each Time.
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comment If I use a good Master Password in Firefox, is security improved when I Remember Passwords instead of re-type?
"In case of key logger, master password does not really protect against them, because key logger will then record master pass." What I meant was, it prevents the real password from getting leaked to the keylogger. The master password is not useful on its own unless the data files are captured. Granted, the keylogger could also get the data files, and everything else. Just speaking of simple keyloggers.