On Wed, 23 Aug 2006, Aine Douglas wrote:
> to see what it actually does. I'm rather wary of just "passwords",
> maybe it comes from what I know in the windows world, dummy
> passwords protecting unprotected secrets. Nothing worse than snake
What makes you think ssh key pass-phrases wouldn't suffer from same
At least with a local password *you* get to apply that policy
(length, mix of letters, rotation, strenght checks, etc..).
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