Originally Posted by delinear
Yes I'm aware that seems contradictory, however the users within the Trust can barely login to their own account without needing to call IT for assistance.
Originally Posted by weazel
Don't kid yourself with all this "I have 128-bit encryption etc" - I would say that stuff like that is pretty secure, but isn't *totally* unhackable if you know how to get around it
Like a little saying I heard of a while back - "Nothing's uncrackable"
Don't get me wrong I tend to agree with that, I've been saying for years that if it was created by a human it can be cracked by a human, however it's a common fact that even 64 bit has something like 37 trillion possible combinations so for a guy to sit at his computer and try and crack it it could take somewhere like 100 years.
Yes there is an on-going project to crack 128 bit but it wont be happening any time soon, however this would be the exact same security risk regardless as to whether i supplied the passwords or not, which I haven't anyway.
Back onto the topic though, has anyone noticed anything that could be a problem later on or is the script OK?