Greg Folkert wrote:
Apparently, the best is to replace crypt based passwords with RSA
based, and use longer passwords.
Actually, best actual reasonable password is: to not use one
I've noticed that using Debian without a root password requires some work.
I'm comfortable in _my_ circumstances that anyone with physical access owns it anyway. Requiring a root password to get to single-user is a minor incovenience with several easy ways round it.
Worse, if a filesystemcheck fails and drops you to single-user mode and you don't have a root passwd then you're stuffed.
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