And in unprotected documents.
Lots of passwords. Lots of documents. Lots of easy access.
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I ran across Tom Olzak’s post where he quotes from an SANS article by Daniel Wesemann, Password rules: Change them every 25 years. I disagree with both of them on a few points.
First, Olzak notes in his introductory paragraph that
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