Re: [OT] secure passwords (was Re: is it rational to close the 139 port)
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- Subject: Re: [OT] secure passwords (was Re: is it rational to close the 139 port)
- From: Glenn English <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 31 Jul 2012 18:03:40 -0600
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On Jul 31, 2012, at 4:57 PM, Stan Hoeppner wrote:
> On 7/31/2012 10:51 AM, Mike McClain wrote:
>> If a password is any place but in your head I question its
Dud'n work, guys. I fell off my bike a couple years ago and completely
lost all my passwords. Rebuilding my servers (and laptops and iPads) was
no fun at all. Write 'em down and put the paper in a safe-deposit box.
>> Take a name and a number out of your childhood that you'll
>> remember forever like your first pet and the first phone number
>> you memorized, scrambled together.
That's pretty much what mine were: first letters and punctuation of
a well known line from a song or poem. When your brain is hit real hard
by a sharp rock, they're gone.
hand-wrapped from my Apple Mail