On Wed, Aug 14, 2002 at 02:20:07AM -0400, Robert Parker wrote:
> I don't remember where I read this but it only takes the crackers about 1 - 2 
> seconds to crack your average MD5 encrypted password. This is quite logical
> because all they had to do is make a database of all of the MD5 sums of all 
> the passwords in the various dictionaries.

Of course, that would necessitate access to the machine.  A brute force
dictionary attack is much more likely.  To thwart both, enforce strong


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