Questions about: password

The real issue here is that the attacker only needs physical access to your hard drive in order to read or manipulate the files which contain your password hashes. There is already a thread on SuperUser which has some recommendations, which I will li
This can be done with PAM pwdfile module. The way described here changes only the desktop login (lightdm service), but can be applied to other services as well if you wish. Also, this allows you to have your original strong password for "sudo", while
I am 70 years old and losing my memory. The only other person here is my wife, who I trust with everything. I have Ubuntu set to automatically log me in when I boot the system
Is there any simple (IE: right click in Nautilus) way to password protect a particular folder/file in Ubuntu? I've got a few files containing sensitive info and I'd much prefer that if/when I leave my computer alone, they aren't accidentally accessed
Allows Legacy SSH protocol version 1 (has known security issues) Allows direct access to root via password authentication Uses low key strength to secure sessions Allows SSH access to all users Four minor items that should be changed at first boot of
Without realizing importance of command sudo and due to my previous experience with some other linux OS, I enabled root command sometime after installing ubuntu. I however practically never logged in using command su. After realizing my mistake, I pr
WARNING: CryptKeeper has recently been reported that it has a universal password bug that puts your data at potential risk. This issue may not yet be fixed in Ubuntu, use this solution at your own risk. Relevant bug information links:Upstream bug: ht
Using graphical and command base tools to change user password or reset user password. Every user that use your Linux system must have their own password in order to use the system. Sometimes user want to change their password and sometimes this user
Feedback I have tried the above in an Ubuntu OS. It does not work and even with many other variations made to the sudoers file, I am always asked for a password when I execute sudo command. Which version of Ubuntu are you using? It flawlessly works f
I‘m a new Unix system user. How do I use sudo command without a password on a Linux or Unix-like systems? Some times you may need to run a command with root privileges, but you do not want to type a password using sudo command. This is useful for scr