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The company slogan is "Prevent Bad Passwords Before They Happen" because their solutions prevent the use of bad passwords that hackers already utilize to gain unauthorized access to business networks across the globe.
Key Topics Covered: 1 Introduction 2 Executive Summary 3 Market Overview 4 Password Management: Market Size & Forecast By Type 5 Self-Service Password Reset: Market Size & Forecast By Access 6 Self-Service Password Reset: Market Size & Forecast By Deployment 7 Password Management: Market Size & Forecast By Industry Vertical 8 Password Management: Market Size & Forecast By Organization Size 9 Password Management: Market Size & Forecast By Region 10 Password Management: Market Landscape 11 Company Profiles Companies Mentioned:
Security breaches large and small are becoming rampant across the world, so consumers need to be aware of just how important it is to use multiple strong passwords, said Michelle Dennedy, chief privacy officer at McAfee, part of Intel Security.
Check the Structure box, enter your password and click on OK.
Ineffective passwords are the weakest link in computer security.
Access Smart's Power LogOn password management system, through the use of smartcard technology, allows users to generate effective passwords like "emFO%39iL5Nc305,9Z/4S6d" which is considered the strongest type of password.
The tool dumps the content of an encrypted keychain into a plain XML file or dumps passwords into a plain text file, producing a custom dictionary for password recovery tools.
Make "boot-level" passwords mandatory for all users.
Securely storing application and server passwords in an encrypted, centralized repository;
As with spreadsheets, there are three safeguards for protecting word processing documents: passwords, masking techniques and change detection.
Quest Password Manager provides an intuitive, powerful, self-service tool that enables users to reset their own forgotten passwords without involving the help desk.
BOSTON, April 2 /PRNewswire/ -- IObit today announces the release of Random Password Generator to generate strong, not easy to crack, passwords for privacy protection -- for free.