[LINK] Passwords, and CFP'07
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Sat Dec 16 12:08:47 AEDT 2006
At 08:34 PM 15/12/2006, Roger Clarke wrote:
>In the midst of an analysis of 'Real-World Passwords' comes:
>>We used to quip that "password" is the most common password. Now it's
>"password1." Who said users haven't learned anything about security?
>Now that's *style*.
Actually sysadmins still prefer to use: god (or a variant of case) god1,
iamgod, megod, fred, fredisgod
And the number one favour of sysadmins is .....
I can't tell you :)
>(The article concludes "None of this changes the reality that passwords
>have outlived their usefulness as a serious security device"; so it needs
>to be read. And the next one is about person-tracking using RFID (in Nike
>sneakers) - a topic we've discussed a few times on link).
Ahh that was a great read!
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