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How to Install Padloc Password Manager on Rocky Linux 8

Padloc is a cloud-based password management solution for multiple platforms. Learn to install Padloc password manager on Rocky Linux 8.
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Private Key-Loss on Linux: A Simple Solution

Statistically, over 10% of users forget or lose their passwords or private keys for encrypted data. Learn a simple solution to private key-loss on Linux here.
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How to Change User Passwords in Linux

In this tutorial we’ll explain how to change user passwords in Linux, from the command line, using the passwd command.
We’ll show you how to change your current user’s password, as well as how to change, expire, or lock passwords for other users.
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How to Reset Root Password in Fedora 35

Did you forget the root password in Fedora? No problem! This brief guide explains how to change or reset the root password in Fedora 35.
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John the Ripper: Penetration Testing Tool Review

Passwords are a weak link in enterprise security. As users struggle with requirements for complex passwords and password managers, bad habits multiply: post-it notes on screens, Word docs with passwords listed, retaining default passwords, reused passwords, and other workarounds. That’s why cybercriminals go after passwords so often. Once a hacker steals credentials, they can enter sensitive systems or […]

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1Password For Linux Officially Released, Here’s How to Install It

1Password is now officially available on Linux! The app entered beta last year but is now considered stable enough for everyday use by Linux users, regardless of their preferred Linux distro or desktop environment. Better […]
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