Le 2010-11-24 07:38, Michele Colagrossi a écrit :
Hi Mr. Derman,
each humans hate passwords :) And who does not have a too easy.
I recommend PasswordSafe (or similar) from SourceForge.net. This
programs help you to manage your passwords.
Am 24.11.2010 13:06, schrieb Charles Marcus:
On 2010-11-23 5:01 PM, Robert Derman wrote:
I just have to respond to this, I hate forums or anything else that
required the use of PASSWORDS!!! I already have 10 times too many
passwords to remember or keep track of and I want absolutely NO more.
Frankly I wish the entire computer and software industry would flush the
whole idea of passwords down the loo and come up with something else
Of course it requires Firefox...
I also think it is a matter of education. I start teaching kids in grade
4 how to create safer passwords and we do role playing in class to see
if we can figure out each others encryption methods. Once these kids
reach grade 8 they are more informed on how to create more robust passwords.
I'm the tech guy at our school and meet with grades 4-8 twice a year re:
password use. Once the kids know how to create encrypted passwords, they
tend to use fewer passwords and have an easier time changing or updating
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