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Tutorial: Autologin, no password login and user controls in KDE

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Autologin and passwordless login play a critical role in the physical security posture of your computer. In KDE, they are very easy to configure. But being easy to configure does not mean that you should. Why?

From a security perspective, passwordless login falls in the same category as autologin. It is, therefore, not recommended to enable it for an account with management privileges.
 read more | score:6325 | -finid, February 20, 2012
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