cam.morris at owasp.org
Fri Aug 26 18:10:13 UTC 2016
Bernardo thanks for your interest! The cornell article is the only
academic paper I've read, but scholar.google.com pulled up another article
I wasn't aware of: http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2493173
There were a few news articles - mostly blog posts, the first from ZDNet:
The only other tool I think that is comparable is zxcvb from dropbox:
That is also worth a look. (I like the approach of passfault a little
better but I'm sure I'm biased)
Yes we would love to have help. I think the biggest challenge in getting
passfault adopted is in tooling. Its been hard for anyone other than a
java developer to use it. To that end I build a docker image so people can
simply use it as a microservice. That helps the front end developers but
web-developer repositories like bower or node.
To help system administrators use it, I'd love to have it integrated in
linux and available in the linux repositories.
On Fri, Aug 26, 2016 at 9:43 AM, Bernardo Araujo Rodrigues <
bernardo at posgrad.ufg.br> wrote:
> Hi everyone, how are you?
> My name is Bernardo Rodrigues, I am a Masters Candidate at UFG's
> Electrical, Computer and Mechanical Engineering School, Brazil.
> My research topic is password strength.
> After looking at several projects, I've come to the conclusion Passfault
> is the best implementation of password strength metrics nowadays. The
> project is really interesting!
> I just watched this presentation
> (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LPTUpGGgKLk), but I'm still really
> I could only find one mention to Passfault by this Cornell article
> I was wondering whether there is there any articles/publications (IEEE,
> InfoSec, etc) about Passfault? I mean, with details about its
> implementation, etc.
> Do you still need help with anything regarding coding or porting the
> project to linux distros?
> Bernardo Araujo Rodrigues
> Electronics Engineer | Engenheiro Eletrônico
> Electrical and Computer Engineering Masters Candidate | Mestrando em
> Engenharia Elétrica e de Computação.
> Mobile | Celular: +55 62 99182-9140
> skype: bernardoaraujor44
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