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Sharepoint Password Expiration Example: Poor UI

 

SharePoint password expiration: that alone is often enough to make chills run down the back of a typical IT administrator. Regardless of the environment, SharePoint remains a popular choice for many organizations. Reasons vary, of course, but the fact remains that SharePoint shows up just about everywhere, even today. That’s not to say that everything with SharePoint is perfect: simply do a...

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Tags: Authentication Methods, Identity Provider, User Experience, password expiration, Password Management, #SharePoint, User Authentication

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6 Ways to Prevent Password Hacking | PortalGuard

Hackers are the craftiest of fish. They nibble at your account day by day, trying 2 wrong password attempts and stopping before the 3rd attempt locks your account. Then, they wait a day for you, the user, to log into your account and reset the password tries before they try to log in again. Think about how often you log into your most important accounts. Do you log in every day? Month? Less...

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by Eric Jeffers 0 Comments

You're Not as Unique as You Think You Are!

All I’d need to know to guess one of your end users’ passwords is the name of every person important to them, how frequently they use profanity, their favorite pop culture franchises, any sports teams they like, and their favorite vehicle. Where did I get this information, you ask? It’s a trend I’ve noticed on the list of top 10,000 most easily guessed passwords. More specifically, the top 200...

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Email Password Expiration Notification Pros & Cons

In this day and age, organizations are burdened with the monumental task of finding the perfect balance between a secure network and usability for their end users. Password expiration is a great way to ratchet up network security, but can cause end users to complain if they are required to change it too often - enter password expiration notification.

Finding the sweet spot for password...

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Tags: End user experience, frustration, usability, Dynamic Analysis, password expiration, Password Management, Self-Service Password Reset

SharePoint Password Expiration - An Example of Poor UI

SharePoint password expiration: that alone is often enough to make chills run down the back of a typical IT administrator.  Regardless of the environment, SharePoint remains a popular choice for many organizations. Reasons vary, of course, but the fact remains that SharePoint shows up just about everywhere, even today. That’s not to say that everything with SharePoint is perfect: simply do a...

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Tags: Authentication Methods, Identity Provider, User Experience, password expiration, Password Management, #SharePoint, User Authentication