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The password paradox
“Don’t blame the users for finding a workaround,” Christman said, making the case that good security shouldn’t keep employees from being able to get their jobs done.
Stop saying “passwords,” Christman urged, and start saying “identities.”
I’m trying to log into D2L and am not able to. The user name and password that I’m using does work with my email. I had called yesterday and the individual I spoke with informed me that the professor needed to add me to a D2L list. I spoke with her (the professor) who told me she attempted to do this. Could you assist me with this issue?
Login and password issue must be addressed with:
The prowess of these three crackers also underscores the need for end users to come up with better password hygiene. Many Fortune 500 companies tightly control the types of passwords employees are allowed to use to access e-mail and company networks, and they go a long way to dampen crackers’ success.