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Passphrases instead of passwords on Red Hat

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Passwords may not be the perfect security control for corporate environments, because they are so easily tackled by attackers. Passphrases may provide a better solution, says James Turnbull in this tip, and Red Hat already includes the capability to use passphrases.
 read more | score:3747 | -janewalker6847, August 24, 2006
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