Managing secure passwords can be difficult enough for the average computer user, but for system administrators who are responsible for the maintenance of multiple servers it can be a nightmare, particularly when passwords have to be shared across a team who have different levels of access. Storing root passwords, FTP account passwords, SSH passwords, and passwords for third party cloud services in a way that’s secure, allows for quick revocation of access, and doesn’t rely on writing them all down on a sticky note requires a bit of planning.
Fortunately there are a number of solutions available to the problem of maintaining and managing passwords across a team.
Don’t Use Passwords At All
Passwords are not the most secure form of access control, and when they can be avoided it’s better to use alternative methods. Continue reading
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