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[Discuss] Are passwords even long enough?

On 7/6/2016 11:04 PM, IngeGNUe wrote:
> Yes I know I was very strong about it but that is Very rare, especially
> if you're not downloading software from untrusted sources.

Guess again. There are 4885 known vulnerabilities (CVE numbers) in all
versions of WordPress core, plugins and themes as of this writing:

That's worse than Microsoft's track record of 4399 CVE numbers for all
of their products since 1999:

> I doubt it. I don't do this. (Unless Google Apps are *by definition* a
> federated service.)

Single sign-on is a subset of federated identity, so yes, Google's
authentication is a federated identity service by definition.

Rich P.

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