Password security: exploring password cracking and suggesting a strong password

Password security: exploring password cracking and suggesting a strong password. Not so much a research paper, but a mathematical exploration.

Password security: exploring password cracking and suggesting a strong password

Not so much a research paper, but a mathematical exploration. It is an International Baccalaureate mathematics higher level internal assessment and has very specific guidelines, which are on pages 64-70 of the attached guide.

The exploration should be mathematically advance d (preferably at the level of the IB mathematics HL syllabus p10-56 in the attach ed guide). The actual writing should be direct. Keep the BS to the minimum.

Further, should include an introduction and a conclusion reflection.

Additionally, should be 12 pages in length, excluding the bibliography. Do not make a title page, just have a title at the top of the first page. Only the citations should be MLA. The rest of the formatting should be utilize to condense as much information and exploration as possible within the 12 pages that are allow ed.

Diagrams would be great where seen helpful or complementary.

The topic itself can be modified if the writer believes that the work can be done better with a modified topic. The most important part is to follow and make the best work according to the guidelines in the attachment (p64-70).

Number of sources isn’t important, but I do not think you’ll have to go over 7/8.

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How to get people to use strong passwords

As noted in “Don’t be fooled by the argument against unique passwords,” people giving bad security advice claiming that good security practices are impractical and should be ignored seem to be a surprisingly common sight. As the world’s security issues become more prevalent and also problematic. The rate of such incredibly bad advice being offered seems to increase, and can do increasing amounts of damage where people buy into their message.