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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Keir Thomas, author of several books on Ubuntu, including the Ubuntu Pocket Guide and Reference, declares that Firefox has lost its way. He says that the fox is slow and Slashdot users are complaining about it heavily.
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