[HackerNews] Crafting a Custom Dictionary for Your Password Policy

Modern password policies are comprised of many different elements that contribute to its effectiveness. One of the components of an effective current password policy makes use of what is known as a custom dictionary that filters out certain words that are not allowed as passwords in the environment.
Using custom dictionaries, organizations can significantly improve their cybersecurity posture

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