4. Know your Password and answers to your Challenge Questions. Keep your information secure As you get ready to join the KU community, remember that there are some basic technology to-dos that will help prevent identity theft.
When your password expires, you must change it before you can continue. If you are changing an expired password and it's the first time you have logged in since your company enabled the Challenge Questions and Answers option, the Manage Challenge Questions and Answers page appears. Password Challenge. ENTER. HALT! You can't enter the King's Gold Vault without the SECRET PASSWORD. Type it in the black box and press ENTER. The proper challenge on D-Day would have been "flash," the password "thunder," and the countersign "welcome." The challenge and response words were changed every three days in the First Army, which further confuses the use of this system in the film, since the Rangers were in Neuville sometime between the 9th and 13th of June. - [Instructor] Let's do a quick challenge … that tests password strength. … We'll start with a little background. … In 2017, the National Institute of Science and Technology, … or NIST, published improved password guidelines. … Now, some of the key changes include, … you no longer have to have frequent password changes. …
The challenge: Passwords that are easy to remember are often easy to guess. Conversely, strong passwords are difficult to remember and are often written down. The security of a password depends on several factors.
Challenge-Response Authentication. Challenge-response authentication uses a cryptographic protocol that allows to prove that the user knows the password without revealing the password itself. Using this method, the application first obtains a random challenge from the server.
The "challenge password" is basically a shared-secret nonce between you and the SSL certificate-issuer (aka Certification Authority, or CA), embedded in the CSR, which the issuer may use to authenticate you should that ever be needed.