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Generate One Time Password If you are looking to generate a one time password and you would like to share it with someone,now you can access https://onetimesecret.com and will help you to generate it and share it. 1.  Go to the https://onetimesecret.com web site and write down a password or generate a random password. 2.Once generated […]

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Interview: Why password issues are on the way out

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Interview: Why password issues are on the way out Craig Vallis is an entrepreneur and IT Professional with many years of experience providing consulting to enterprises and government departments all over Africa, the Middle East and, more recently, Europe. He has been designing and developing browser-based enterprise applications since 1999. In 2012, while at an […]

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Passwords are the keys to the IP kingdom

Passwords are the keys to the IP kingdom According to John Worrall, CMO for CyberArk gaining privilege access is the focus of the attack cycle. “It is all about passwords (keys) and what locks (doors) they open. In the hands of a trusted user passwords are fine – in the hands of a hacker it […]

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How self-service password resets help the enterprise

How self-service password resets help the enterprise In large organizations, the two basic tasks which are always there for IT help desks are: account unlock and password reset. In any IT infrastructure, the major share of IT help desk time is mainly consumed by password related calls. Organizations create complex password policies as they want […]

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Self Service Password Reset in Office 365

Self Service Password Reset in Office 365 Join in this fast-paced demo on how to set up and use Office 365 Self Service Password Reset (SSPR) capabilities. Experts walk you through a brief overview on SSPR, then show you how to perform SSPR, change SSPR user settings, and perform password write-back. Don’t miss it! Instructors […]

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Five Password Tips for Better Small Business Security

Five Password Tips for Better Small Business Security Ever since the commercialization of the World Wide Web in the late ’90s, passwords have been a front-line security method for doing business online. Yet, despite huge advances in technology, password practices for the majority of people have not evolved that much. It is another example of […]

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Webinar – Deep Dive: Understanding Pass-the-Hash Attacks and How to Prevent

Password hashing attacks have been around for a long time. But today, new methods of harvesting and exploiting hashes have been discovered. Are you ready for today’s more evolved pass-the-hash attacks? Register for a special webcast with Randy Franklin Smith, CEO, Monterey Technology Group, and explore how pass-the-hash attacks present a real security risk today, […]

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Hate Passwords? It’s Up To You To Fix Them

A couple of days ago the New York Times broke a story describing how Russian hackers amassed more than billion internet passwords, along with 500 million email address, from over 420,000 large and small websites. Yesterday, The Verge questioned the veracity of these numbers, concluding that this number may be a compendium of both old […]

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Telepathwords: This tool from Microsoft tells you how bad your passwords are by guessing the next letter

Choosing an effective password that’s easy to remember and type, as well as hard to guess for would-be fraudsters, is a perennial problem. But it’s one that the folks at Microsoft Research are trying to tackle with an experimental tool called Telepathwords. Armed with an arsenal of data on common passwords and password-setting habits, the […]

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