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Passwords – Once Again, Encore Une Fois, Noch Einmal …

– Not again. Yes, again. Randall Stross is beating the password drum again … and again … and again. I thought that he had put the matter to rest (see my November 24, 3008 column “Passwords – Déjà Vu All Over Again” and my October 4, 2010 column “Passwords … Here We Go…

Passwords … Here We Go Again, Again

– In “A Strong Password Isn’t the Strongest Security” (The New York Times, Digital Domain, September 5, 2010), Randall Stross rightly points out the fallacy of “strong” passwords, which are “changed constantly.” Mr. Stross goes on to describe a method developed by Microsoft researchers…