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How do I enforce SQL Server 2000 password changes?     
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One of the simplest security best practices is changing passwords on a regular basis. For some organizations that could be quarterly while others may have a more aggressive policy. Regardless of the policy, the issue remains the same, how can I enforce SQL Server 2000 password changes for my logins?...

Secure Passwords, Nested XML, and More     
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I need to create a regular expression to validate an entry in a form and make sure that a value conforms to strong password guidelines. How can I do this? On the whole, regular expressions are good for matching particular patterns. In contrast, a good password should be devoid of recognizable patterns....

PortSight Secure Access     
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PortSight Secure Access is the most flexible .NET component for user management and access control.
PortSight Secure Access doesn’t replace the .NET Framework or Windows security, but it extends it and makes its management and integration to your applications much easier. It supports WebForms, WinForms and Web Services....

4ASPNET Parole Lite  Version: 1.0     Price: $9.99  
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4ASPNET Parole Lite is a .NET component, which allows generate Pronounceable Passwords very fast – about 50, 000 unique passwords per second, so it can be a good for programming ASP.NET systems. It’s easy to use and consist only of one file....

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