Christopher Perry

July 7, 2016
by Christopher Perry
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Default Passwords – Problems in Predictability

Default Passwords are not some series of enigmas that most people cannot hope to understand. In fact, many users interact with default passwords throughout their daily activities – and therein lies the problem. Whether out of habit, defiance, or plain … Continue reading

Jay Osper

May 27, 2016
by Jay Osper
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Password Best Practices – Safety and Security Online

In my last blog article I talked about password best practices by touching on the way in which many organizations often struggle with maintaining strong password policy adherence while trying to stave off password fatigue for their end users. A flexible password … Continue reading

Jay Osper

May 4, 2016
by Jay Osper
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Password Expiration Policy – Best Practices

A quick Google search on password compliance will turn up any number of articles on specific regulatory requirements, best practices and industry standards. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has a 40 page offering on Password Management and … Continue reading

December 28, 2015
by PistolStar PortalGuard
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8 Tips for Creating a Strong Password

The reason we need to talk about having a strong password is because there are still too many people that do not have strong enough passwords. There are a few ways that someone can steal your password and make your … Continue reading

September 16, 2015
by PistolStar PortalGuard
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Password Security | Should I Write Down My Passwords?

These days, one of the biggest concerns for most people is privacy and password security. Everywhere we turn there are attempts by others to invade our privacy. Whether through official means like terms of service and app permissions or a hacker attempting … Continue reading

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