Ah the necessary evil of passwords.
Those of us who have worked in organizations that require users to change passwords at set intervals know what I mean.
Typically every three to six months, users are requested to perform a password change – maybe in the form of an annoying pop-up alert. In some setups, the user is lock out of the system until a new memorable password (but one that follows the complex password creation guidelines) is set.
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