Why Relaxing Our Password Policies Might Actually Bolster User Safety

Recent guidance from NIST may seem counterintuitive.

Despite the publicity about breaches, ransomware, and the like, we’re still using some pretty dumb passwords. Users typically aim for passwords that are easy to remember for their multiple logins, which they are asked to change frequently. Unfortunately, this has led to too many passwords that are far too easy to hack, causing one of security’s biggest headaches.

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