On 30-Jun-02 Peter J. Schoenster wrote:
> On 30 Jun 2002 at 11:24, Lisi wrote:
>> 1) Storing the passwords using some form of encryption, ...
>> This seems to me to be preferable, 

It is nothing that you can suggest or prefer. In this word it sounds
I can do if I want. You have to / you must encrypt passwords especially by
emailing to users. In the other case you can cancel the password(s) and
say to all internetusers here is a host that has all the time a
welcomeparty and hacking causes no problems.

Remember the content of emails is normaly not secured and 
ascii-text. Readable for every sniffer.


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