Let's be honest: Everyone hates passwords.
Users hate remembering them, IT hates resetting them, and IT security hates that staffers use the same passwords for the corporate network that they use for Facebook. And passwords are easy to crack -- modern, pre-generated hash tables can crack most passwords up to 10 characters long in minutes.
So what can we do about it?
Greg Shields & Don Jones wrote an interesting article about this, read HERE
ABOUT THE AUTHORS:
Don Jones is a co-founder of Concentrated Technology LLC, the author of more than 30 IT books and a speaker at technical conferences worldwide.
Greg Shields is co-founder of Concentrated Technology LLC, an independent author, instructor, Microsoft MVP and IT consultant based in Denver, Colorado.
More about Passwords:
Windows 7 doesn't end the need to monitor passwords by Kevin Beaver HERE
How to crack a password by Brien M. Posey HERE
Cracking passwords in Windows 7 by Kevin Beaver HERE
Why you should eliminate passwords in your enterprise
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