Security Basics
Bank Of Montreal Online Security Oct 26 2012 07:07PM
mrtolton gmail com (1 replies)
RE: Bank Of Montreal Online Security Oct 29 2012 02:05PM
Trey Keifer (trey keifer wireharbor com) (1 replies)
RE: Bank Of Montreal Online Security Oct 29 2012 08:19PM
Alexander A. Kelner (a kelner noc brsi ru) (1 replies)
RE: Bank Of Montreal Online Security Oct 31 2012 02:26PM
Dave Kleiman (dave davekleiman com) (1 replies)
RE: Bank Of Montreal Online Security Oct 31 2012 08:49PM
Alexander A. Kelner (a kelner noc brsi ru) (2 replies)
Re: Bank Of Montreal Online Security Nov 01 2012 02:57PM
Juan F. Campos - Computalleres.com (jfcampos computalleres com) (1 replies)
On 10/31/2012 02:49 PM, Alexander A. Kelner wrote:
> On Wed, 31 Oct 2012, Dave Kleiman wrote:
>
>> Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2012 09:26:30 -0500
>> From: Dave Kleiman <dave (at) davekleiman (dot) com [email concealed]>
>> To: "security-basics (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]"
>> <security-basics (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]>
>> Subject: RE: Bank Of Montreal Online Security
>> Resent-Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2012 09:07:10 -0700 (PDT)
>> Resent-From:
>> security-basics-return-58248-a.kelner=noc.brsi.ru (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]
>>
>> Alexander,
>>
>> >>> Which password length is more secure - that is a question.<<<
>>
>> If you used the above statement, just as you typed it, as your password
>> (passphrase), would it not both much stronger than 6 characters and very
>> easy to remember?
>>
>
> Hi Dave!
>
> Yes, it's very easy to remember, but I think this method for password
> setting is not as strong as it may appears :-)
>
> The phrase "Which password length is more secure - that is a question"
> contains not 58 "random chars", but 11 only, because each word must be
> considered as a single symbol in the vocabulary, say for brute force
> attack.

Yet it is possible to have a "single symbol" that is hard to
guess/crack. You can associate a phrase that include random chars and is
easy to remember.

Please take a look over here (Sophos - Choosing a Strong Password)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VYzguTdOmmU

....

> If you bring some order (the way for easy memorizing) into your password
> you decrease it's strength.
>
> Well, and now try to type above phrase in invisible mode and don't make
> mistake :-)
>
> Though, IMHO six chars passwords are too short. I like at least 8 :-)
>

--
Best regards,

Juan F. Campos | PGP Key ID: 0xDB880578

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Re: Bank Of Montreal Online Security Nov 01 2012 06:23PM
Alexander A. Kelner (a kelner noc brsi ru)
Re: Bank Of Montreal Online Security Nov 01 2012 01:53PM
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RE: Bank Of Montreal Online Security Nov 01 2012 04:24PM
Hough, Kenneth P (kenneth phough WPI EDU) (1 replies)
RE: Bank Of Montreal Online Security Nov 01 2012 06:31PM
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Re: Bank Of Montreal Online Security Nov 01 2012 08:36PM
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Re: Bank Of Montreal Online Security Nov 02 2012 05:09AM
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RE: Bank Of Montreal Online Security Nov 02 2012 10:01AM
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