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The functions performed by the person or processes responsible for security of passwords on a given system.

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A bit long fetched but… Say, John’s mother gets given a IPad for Christmas, she then decided to log into her bank using it (rather than her laptop), but can’t work out how to “type” the symbol on th …
answered Jan 27 '16 by Ian Ringrose
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Assuming you use gmail as well. Any account that can be reset with a new password sent to your email address is never more secure then you email system. Google Drive is most likely secured with the …
answered Aug 14 '14 by Ian Ringrose