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Which of the following is NOT a good password deployment guideline?



A. Passwords must be changed at least once every 60 days, depending on your environment.
B. Passwords must not be the same as user ID or login ID.
C. Password aging must be enforced on all systems.
D. Password must be easy to memorize.
E. All of the Above

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered Sep 08, 2016

Password must be easy to memorize.-passwords should be easy to memorize, because that minimizes the chance that users will write the password down somewhere that others could see it.passwords should not be the same as the user id, because that is one of the common passwords that common password cracker programs try, when attempting to discover passwords for accounts. passwords must be changed at least once every 60 days (depending on your environment). password aging or expiration must be enforced on all systems. upon password expiration, if the password is not changed, only three grace logins must be allowed then the account must be disable until reset by an administrator or the help desk. password reuse is not allowed (rotating passwords).
 

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