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T-SQL Tuesday #58–Passwords

It’s the second Tuesday of the month, time for T-SQL Tuesday again. This time the invitation to participate comes from Sebastian Meine (@sqlity, blog) with the topic of passwords. It’s a great topic, especially as security concerns are growing regularly. … Continue reading

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Should You Write Down Your Passwords?

Today’s editorial was originally published on June 27, 2005 and is being reprinted today as Steve is out of town. According to Jesper Johansson, senior security program manager at Microsoft, the security industry is giving out the wrong advice by … Continue reading

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One Time Passwords

Facebook seems to be constantly under fire for one privacy issue or another. I think it’s likely something that they will deal with forever, since their fundamental purpose is to find ways to share data with others and many people … Continue reading

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Should You Write Down Your Passwords?

According to Jesper Johansson, senior security program manager at Microsoft, the security industry is giving out the wrong advice by forbidding people to write down their passwords. Strong passwords are impossible to remember and lead to people picking easy passwords … Continue reading

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