Password aging can weaken an already burdened authentication method

Password aging is commonly advocated as a necessary standard, but it is difficult to identify cases where it has improved the...

Password aging is commonly advocated as a necessary standard, but it is difficult to identify cases where it has improved the level of security or prevented an incident. In many cases, it can induce user behaviours that may actually create security risks

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This was last published in April 2005

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