Quoting Brian Potkin (firstname.lastname@example.org): > Package: user-setup-udeb > Severity: wishlist > > > d-i says: > > A good password will contain a mixture of letters, numbers and > punctuation and should be changed at regular intervals. > > Complexity in a password is good and probably unarguable, although > length should also be considered to have some importance, Why advise > changing it at regular intervals? Why not advocate not imparting it to > anyone or not reusing it on other systems? Is there something which > causes a good password to degenerate over time? > > The second part of the advice does not appear to have any technical > basis so removing it would be of little consequence. Are you ready to handle the round of updates for over sixty languages, for a very debatable and cosmetic change? I am not, sorry.
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