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Ensuring Strong Passwords

, 10 Oct 2003 CPOL
In this article, we will discuss a very brief technique and an overall idea of how to keep passwords sufficiently strong, so that a brute force generation and hack attempt could be blocked easily.

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Vasudevan Deepak Kumar
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Vasudevan Deepak Kumar is from Chennai, India who has been in the programming career since 1994, when he was 15 years old. He has his Bachelors of Engineering (in Computer Science and Engineering) from Vellore Engineering College. He also has a MBA in Systems from Alagappa University, Karaikudi, India.
He started his programming career with GWBasic and then in his college was involved in developing programs in Fortran, Cobol, C++. He has been developing in Microsoft technologies like ASP, SQLServer 2000.
His current focus is ASP.NET, C#, VB.NET, PHP, SQL Server and MySQL. In his past-time, he listens to polite Carnatic Music. But the big question is that with his current Todolist backlog, does he get some past time?
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