- n. Plural form of passphrase.
“Diceware [diceware. com] to generate my passphrases, and I have no problem still recalling little-used 5 - or 6-phrase passphrases years later.”
“Instead of passwords, perhaps 'passphrases' should be used instead.”
“Without centralized management you don't have an easy way to manage, recover lost passphrases or view all encrypted computers to see their status.”
“That said, passphrases are all together more secure.”
“Coffey asserted that the DEA needed "real-time and meaningful access" to "monitor the keystrokes" for PGP and Hushmail passphrases.”
“Lazrus queried his Second regarding possible passwords or passphrases, given historical context.”
“Just make sure you choose a secure password -- PGP's encouragement of passphrases makes this much easier -- and you're secure against leaving your laptop in the airport or having it stolen out of your hotel room.”
“Chapter 11, Passwords and Other Authentication Mechanisms — The Last Line of Defense: again, this whole chapter is good because it punctures a lot of myths about passwords No, passwords are really a bad way to authenticate; you should be using passphrases, which are stronger yet easier to remember; better yet, use other forms of authentication.”
“Using passphrases: Allow users to choose longer passwords which are easier to remember.”
“Police can obtain a special warrant allowing them to sneak into someone's house or office, install keystroke-logging software, and record passphrases.”
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