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Secure Password Management

Itninja (937614) writes | more than 4 years ago

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Itninja (937614) writes "My organization supports hundreds of large databases. Most of the support requires the Tier I staff to log into dozens of different databases each day via the web. Until recently, all the support staff had used a single god-level account. But management are finally coming to realization (after many years of prodding from IS) that this is a security issue. However asking staff to 'just remember' so many passwords is unrealistic.

We want to avoid another security problem (i.e. users printing out a list of passwords) so are looking for some
kind of device to provide secure password management. I am looking at the IronKey, but want to ask the Slashdot community if there are other solutions they have found for similar dilemmas."

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