Regular Expressions for Passphrases

As a follow up to our Regular Expressions for password complexity blog post, we’ll look at some of the more interesting things you can do with regular expressions. These are typically (but not necessarily) used in organizations using passphrase... Read More

What to expect during your next penetration test

For some businesses, vulnerability and penetration testing is a deeply-ingrained process that just works. However, for many others, this exercise is less known – arguably a mysterious, if not a downright scary aspect of running an information security program.... Read More

Regular Expressions for password complexity

Specops Password Policy contains a number of granular complexity, history, and dictionary requirements for passwords.  However, we cannot always anticipate every customer’s unique password requirements.  In order to give our customers the flexibility to set unique rules for passwords... Read More

Password dictionary overview and best practice

As long as users continue using common/predictable passwords, dictionary attacks will continue to work. Hackers are not the only ones who can take advantage of password predictability. The best protection against a dictionary attack is using a dictionary during... Read More