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Though, unfortunately this probably exposes you to at a minimum some kind of civil tort for making a fraudulent representation. Deals and Shenanigans Yoyo.com A Happy Place To Shop For Toys Zappos Shoes & Clothing Conditions of UsePrivacy NoticeInterest-Based Ads© 1996-2017, Amazon.com, Inc. Juli 19849. A list of "every file added to the server from remote devices" in the past six months Explain what is and is not being logged. this contact form

As someone in the IT field, I'd agree with the high rep users you mention and say that you aren't supposed to store a password. It's also fairly common to stop people from re-using their last n passwords, because it stops people from just cycling through two or three commonly used passwords, which is just as Good luck, and keep us posted how this ends! When dealing with something such as security you should not be asking these questions on a public forum if you have no basic knowledge of how it works.

share|improve this answer edited Jul 29 '11 at 23:39 answered Jul 23 '11 at 7:01 Chopper3 90.1k889215 22 Assuming there's any personal information on those servers, I think handing over Okt. 19848. Dez. 198319.

Aug. 198427. Explain that giving plain text passwords is a) impossible as it's one-way, and b) against policy, which he is auditing you against, so therefore you won't obey. Post not showing up? Jan. 198119.

Does that say something about the community, the ease of social engineering, or am I missing something fundamental? –Paul Jul 26 '11 at 22:31 114 never attribute to malice what An email sent every time a user changes a password would give him up to date passwords for every user account. Sept. 198319. https://www.reddit.com/r/edmproduction/comments/56jksu/dumb_soundcard_questions_can_i_put_a_pci_audio/ An email sent to him every time a user changes their password, containing the plain text password This is most definitely a no-no.

Juli 198311. SD answered on June 5, 2015 Comment | Do you find this helpful? OP should not fake records; they can easily be seen to be fake. Okt. 19837.

Okt. 198415. Is there a dotted box placeholder symbol? Related Resources solved Dumb Question - Small PCI-E (wifi card) in a full PCI-e slot? It is your job to make sure that any necessary records are available, accurate, and secure.

Okt. 1984Nov. 1984Nov. 198412. Alle Ausgaben durchsuchenDiese Zeitschrift als Leseprobe anzeigen » Alle Ausgaben durchsuchen196519701975198019851990199520002005 3. Ask why he needs this information. The user is trusting your system, giving their password to a third party is a violation of that trust more extreme than giving all of their information to someone.

März 198229. Mai 198210. Fl12 fixed this fortunately. http://splodgy.org/here-s-a/here-s-a-question-from-my-homework.php How do you identify Pin 1 based off these pictures?

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If you genuinely lack the skills to do something this simple I'm going to assume you do not have PCI installed on your servers as being able to recover this information

Dez. 198114. Dez. 1981Dez. 28, 1981 - Jan. 4, 198218. Juni 19825. Sorry but that's my only reaction to this.

Jan. 19828. Juli 198325. Juli 19804. Granted, it can only prevent reuse from 1 last password, but IMO the risk of storing password in plaintext is much more. –Lie Ryan Aug 2 '11 at 14:15 | show

Until his tool could verify to him that this had been done, he couldn't sign off on the audit. –womble♦ Jul 23 '11 at 1:06 9 A much repeated hassle Juni 198115. I started a discussion on ServerFault.com (An on-line community for sys-admin professionals) which has created a huge response, all suggesting this information cannot be provided.