Password in a sentence as a noun

Your WiFi password is only useful for someone who is within 100 feet of your house.

He told his boss, who fired him, but then the boss and manager asked for the password to the program.

A domain registrar is storing your password in plaintext?

Evidence against that thesis is that password of one person that I've asked is not in the list.

Provide your password to some random site purporting to check if your password's been compromised.

Given the large amount of password reuse and poor password choices it is not improbable that this is the complete password file.

If you have federal agents surveilling you from 100 feet away you have way bigger problems than your WiFi password.

It's not as safe as a long alphanumeric password, but this gets annoying SO quickly, I'd rather type in my 8 digits.

As far as I could tell, their job was to assign password-reset permissions to "key users" in the field and do some sort of audit function.

Many smaller banks use whatever password scheme the banking software service provider has as its default.

And so, strong passwords are useless!Except that this has nothing at all to do with why passwords are bad. The problem GPU crackers exploit was solved over a decade ago with adaptive hashing.

But I have never seen a study that shows this to be so. It may well be that many set their banking password as the first account they ever used on the Internet and then reuse this same password for subsequent systems.

SRP is better than Dragonfly; it's designed to make it hard for an attacker who seizes a server to collect a database of passwords.

Moving to a plaintext password system to get fewer support requests is like removing the door from your house so you don't have to keep fumbling for the key.

You create a special "application-specific password" that your mail client can use instead of your regular password.

* Now would not be the worst time in the world to go to your Twitter config, hit Settings -> Apps, and scrub out all the stuff you don't use.* Now you know why you never give 3rd party web apps your Gmail password.

The process for mixing a password into an ECC key exchange involves a trial-and-error process for finding a valid curve point; a loop runs conducting these trials.

A passive attacker could, in an earlier version of the Dragonfly protocol, discern how many iterations through the loop had happened to find a valid point given a password.

When they got their Mac I taught them that whenever OS X opened up a window asking for their password or asked them if they really wanted to open up a file, they should freak the **** out and be 100% sure of why that box appeared.

Meaning I type in a bogus email, and a password, after the post the login form would come back with the email pre-populated of the user that the hash collision had happened on, I type in the password again, and I was logged in as said user.

Oh, that's in there too... they ship a 'configuration profile' which adds a new email account, so your password is leaving the device in cleartext and being used to create the profile server-side which is then shipped back to the phone and installed, how exactly?This just gets worse and worse if I understand correctly... I'm surprised that configuration profiles can be shipped to an arbitrary device from a third party this way without the user manually installing LinkedIn's certificate as trusted.

Proper Noun Examples for Password

The password is "Password1".- It will ask you to activate.

Password definitions


a secret word or phrase known only to a restricted group; "he forgot the password"

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