Crack your own passwords for better security

IT admins should crack passwords to identify weaknesses and provide an opportunity to develop more effective policies.

By Tony Bradley, PC World |  Security, passwords, security

No password is invulnerable given enough time. But, with sufficiently strong passwords, attempts to crack them will at least take a significant period of time to crack--making it unnecessary to change them as frequently, and easier for users to manage.


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