enough time and resources, any password can be cracked. I really do not

when enough time is somehow like lifetime of a star ;) (unless you choose bad passwords).

understand why so many users insist on using passwords anyway.

2 reasons:
- It's the default
- Less hassle getting access from a new account.

It's the first thing I disable as well. I have machines I don't even know my
local password for. Key on a flash card so I can get access from any new
machine with an USB port.

--
Mel

Problem with today's modular software: they start with the modules
   and never get to the software part.
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