Milos Topic wrote:
>I would suggest using phrases instead of passwords (i.e. "I was born on a
>Thursday!"). If they (phrases) are 14 characters or longer they are almost
>uncrackable and VERY time consuming (for a dictionary attack somewhere
>around 1.4 million years) I would call that pretty safe. :) This would also
>eliminate constant password changes.
>Hope this helps.
>Technology Support Coordinator
>College of Humanities and Social Sciences
>Montclair State University
>Dickson Hall 337
>1 Normal Ave. Montclair, NJ 07043
>(973)655-7835 - CHSS Tech Team
>(973)655-7725 - Fax
I have a cartoon on my door. One person asks the other "Your password
is 'What's my password again?'?" And the other person responds,
"Brilliant, isn't it?"
Give a person a fish and you feed them for a day.
Teach that person to use the Internet and they won't bother you for weeks.
John L. Beck
Director, Computer Services
St. Norbert College
100 Grant Street
De Pere, WI 54115-2099
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Phone: (920) 403-3866
Fax: (920) 403-4084
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