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Re: Security for grades stored online
From: Eitan Adler <eitanadlerlist () gmail com>
Date: Fri, 11 Dec 2009 10:03:42 +0200

From most of the responses I've seen the best idea for me would be to
use some form of PKI.
The reason I didn't jump immediately into PKI instead of my idea was:
1) Most of the teachers are probably not technologically
sophisticated. I'm unaware of any easy-to-use PKI system
2) I'm assuming one of two cases here (a) the teacher left the
computer alone or (b) the teacher chose an easy to guess password.
3) The teacher would probably choose the same password for the key as
for the moodle account (which I'm modifying to fit my needs)

Does anyone know of an easy-to-use system that would not be
compromised by the above assumptions. I'm also working within a
limited budget so (as far as I'm aware atm) no new hardware could be

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