Subject: why can't effective security access codes be relatively short ?
Date: Thu Apr 27 20:55:00 2000
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If access depends upon supplying the correct code in response to a prompt,
why can't such codes be relatively short? If the access routine only
permits repeat entry attempts at, say, 30 second intervals, a modest code
that is easily breached with unlimited retries becomes effectively
unbreakable. Processor speed would become irrelevant. Am I missing
Re: why can't effective security access codes be relatively short ?
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