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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)
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
Alexander Meesters (a meesters sansyl com) (2 replies)
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
Alexander A. Kelner (a kelner noc brsi ru) (1 replies)
Re: Bank Of Montreal Online Security Nov 01 2012 08:36PM
Michael Peppard (mpeppard impole com) (1 replies)
Re: Bank Of Montreal Online Security Nov 02 2012 05:09AM
Davin Enigl (davinenigl comcast net) (1 replies)
You are fooling yourself guys. If it's published (as below), it's in a
database and crackable. Better: use OTP tokens. There will be no re-play
attacks possible.

Besides, keyloggers capture your static passwords no matter what you
come up with. Use an OTP like Yubikey. I's 44-63 random characters long
and different every time. Static passwords are obsolete.

On 11/01/2012 01:36 PM, Michael Peppard wrote:
> Take 'old o' the Wings o' the Mornin', An' flop round the earth till
> you're dead
>
> Good luck cracking that password. Kipling's Widow at Windsor for those
> that don't recognize it.

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RE: Bank Of Montreal Online Security Nov 02 2012 10:01AM
Mike Vella (mike bakerross co uk)
Re: Bank Of Montreal Online Security Nov 01 2012 04:12PM
Davin Enigl (davinenigl comcast net)


 

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