Have our passwords been wrong all along?

Tom Wright
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Have our passwords been wrong all along?

The password tips handed out today differ dramatically from those given out in the early 2000s

Bill Burr, the man credited with creating universal password protocols, has admitted that the advice he gave 14 years ago might be wrong. Burr published password guidance back in 2003, during his time...

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