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"What is the key to coming up with a secure password? Length. Use 10 characters or more, says Mark Burnett, author of Perfect Passwords (Syngress, $26, amazon.com). "Best are passwords that consist of a few parts"-words, prefixes, spelled-out numbers. Good examples: bluebananas and skyisfalling. "They’re easy to remember, and when you’re prompted to switch your password, you can just swap out one chunk," he says. With this method, foursaltypeanuts becomes foursaltycashews."--Real Simple Magazine
This is a must read for everyone that has passwords. The first couple of chapters are a bit dry dealing with the importance of having unique passwords, but then it gets into great... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Amazon Customer
You will learn in this book how to construct a strong and easy to remember password. Since passwords are used on a daily basis, you should have good knowledge on how to make them... Read morePublished on January 17, 2011 by Erik Vincent
When I saw this book, I thought the same thing you are probably thinking ... how could you have a whole book on this subject? Read morePublished on September 26, 2009 by WJCarpenter
Mark Burnett's book appears to be the work of someone who has been in the security business for 10 years, been to a few lectures, seen lots of password policies, maybe even taken a... Read morePublished on August 9, 2006 by S. Barbour