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Tokens, swipe cards, passwords, passphrases and PIN numbers fall into two authentication categories--what you know and what you are--traditionally the most common forms of security identification.
107) Second, this initial document had Scarfo's passphrase on the very last line of the document, suggesting that the keystroke recorder gathered no information subsequent to this entry.
With just a simple spoken passphrase, voice biometrics allows consumers to be securely authenticated when they connect with a service provider via a call center or IVR, a mobile app, or the Web, improving the overall service experience for the consumer, and delivering substantial time and cost savings to the enterprise.
Robert Moskowitz's article, "Weakness in Passphrase Choice in WPA Interface," describes a theoretical attack on WPA passwords.
Always log out and make sure you're using a good strong password or passphrase so someone else can't access your account pages.
The best thing to do is to create a passphrase with several unrelated words and numbers such as mercedes2011yellowapril.
The unredacted release of cables was due to the failure of a partner journalist to control a passphrase.
Files are protected before leaving a device with a personal passphrase known only to the account-holder, transferred over a 256-bit SSL connection, encrypted again and then stored in the FileLocker cloud.
The mobile payment app allows users to securely store credit or debit card information directly on their phone, encrypted and under passphrase protection, instead of on host servers or in "the cloud.
File encryption supports a system managed key or an admin provided passphrase (at server startup) for the ultimate in security and for the most demanding of environments.
Even a completely random eight-character password that utilizes all four character types, such as J*1jaw)2, is far easier to crack than a 25-character passphrase with upper and lower case letters, such as HereIsMyPassphraseGuessIt.