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Re: ??? Solaris password scheme ???
From: "Chris Berry" <compjma () hotmail com>
Date: Tue, 22 Oct 2002 16:21:28 -0700
From: "Ansel, Kenny L. (Sytex Contractor)"
<kenny.ansel.sytex () arrtc-exch mccoy army mil>
Does anyone know of a NATIVE way that will force users to create a
password containing uppercase, lowercase, alpha, and numeric
The /etc/default/passwd does the MIN & MAX and length........
If there aren't any NATIVE ways, can you all gimme some good 3rd party
utilities or passwd replacements that you use to enforce a stronger
I'm not a Solaris guy, but couldn't you just write a Perl program (with a Tk
interface if your users like graphics) that would scan the password, make
sure it follows the rules, and then does the password change?
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