Passwords - Common Attacks and Possible Solutions

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Technology

 

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Shirley B

 

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February 22, 2013

 

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University

 

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The results are a large number of crackable passwords, the same passwords on multiple systems, and "post it" notes with passwords even including login names. On any given system, certain users have privileges that the others don't and shouldn't even have. By identifying yourself on your computer or any given web site, you are granted with access to your work environment and personal data, data which you define as sensitive and data you wouldn't want to make public, the way a company doesn't want to give a competitor an access to its intranet, for instance...
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The results are a large number of crackable passwords, the same passwords on multiple systems, and "post it" notes with passwords even including login names. On any given system, certain users have privileges that the others don't and shouldn't even have. By identifying yourself on your computer or any given web site, you are granted with access to your work environment and personal data, data which you define as sensitive and data you wouldn't want to make public, the way a company doesn't want to give a competitor an access to its intranet, for instance...
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