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Specific to the security of passwords: hashing, entropy, cracking, resets, lockouts, etc.

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allocated memory. But I also think this is somehow bypassable. So I wonder if it is really safe and if there is a safer way to store passwords to ensure that foreign processes can't access them. I …
asked Jan 14 '13 by Antoine Pinsard
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Basically this is not really bad, as the communication is encrypted. There is not more chance that the password is stolen than the private key. However, weak passwords can be "easily" guessed with …
answered Feb 21 '13 by Antoine Pinsard
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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 …
asked Jan 20 '13 by Antoine Pinsard