At 2004-06-15T13:46:21Z, Matthew Seaman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: > The fact that sysadmins generally don't know users' passwords, and have no > practical means of finding them out if the user doesn't want them to know > what it is.
Install and play with "john". It was enlightening for me. > Since the sysadmin doesn't know what the users' password is on the systems > he admins, the user can safely use the same password on other systems with > different admins. For the sake of clarity, is that your belief, or are you explaining what other peoples' opinions? -- Kirk Strauser "94 outdated ports on the box, 94 outdated ports. Portupgrade one, an hour 'til done, 82 outdated ports on the box."
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