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Microsoft no longer support lame password


As we all do the same while the system asks you to put alphanumeric password  people will always try to safeguard personal data with codes like “123456” or “password.” Some sites more ambitious start to the user as well as the amount of capital and lowercase letters and symbols now, Microsoft prohibit password. Some basic altogether as one of the blocks of their team.

Microsoft has banned the Passwords which are used in dynamic service. (Including Outlook, Skype, Xbox, etc.) Is pulled out of the year. SplashData has listed worst password; these passwords include “123456” and “password” at the top of the list, along with the ever-popular “QWERTY” and new entrant “StarWars.”

Microsoft’s service Active Directory Azure aD to ban similar password soon, according to the Microsoft blog.

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The blog says this is part of an effort to crack down. Stolen passwords and password to ban together to make it harder for a hacker to get into your account just by guessing. Also, refer to the latest 117 million LinkedIn users have usernames and passwords stolen them, which caused the site to reset the passwords of many users’.

Avoid passwords. Popular will not automatically make you a strong password, though. That makes it difficult for people to log in to your account using a combination of capital and lowercase letters, numbers and symbols. You also can use two-factor authentication when it is possible for an extra layer of security.

Redmond is already banning these passwords on Microsoft Accounts; it’s in preview in Azure Active Directory (AD) and will roll out to all 10 million Azure AD users over the coming months. But the company’s smart password lockout system, which locks people out after too many incorrect password guesses, will remain in place.

Microsoft is not the only company that is trying to change the landscape password. Google recently devised a plan to get rid of passwords for facial recognition, location or fingerprint. Facebook is also looking to throw a garbage passwords by email or phone number instead of a sign.What if other companies like these enterprises, this could be the end of “password” as your password.

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